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Unformatted text preview: 28. viterto avoid, v. 29. draguerto flirt, drag/catch (a fish), v. 30. ramenerto restore (order, peace), to bring back/up (de from), v. 31. devinerto be aware of (que that), v. 32. blesser, offenserto offend, v. 33. se vexerto be offended, vi. 34. bousillbungled, wrecked, adj. 35. hausserto raise, shrug (shoulders), v. 36. hautainhaughty, adj. 37. semelle (f)sole (shoe), n. 38. fugacefleeting, short, brief, adj. 39. prterto lend, v. 40. bien quein spite of, although, even though, prep. 41. laine (f)wool, n. 42. lcherto release, let go, drop, v. 43. trou (m)hole, gap, deficit, n. 44. suerto exude, labor, sweat, v. 45. chuchoterto whisper, murmur, v. 46. soupirerto sigh, v. 47. sbile (f)begging bowl, n. 48. tendre la sbileto beg, v. 49. crevantexhausting, killing, ger. 50. gaspillerto waste, squander, dissipate, v....
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course FREN 300 taught by Professor Keaveney during the Fall '11 term at USC.
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