Traductions & exemples
expand_more Il fait un peu ici et un peu là, mais il revient à pas grand- chose.
Notre monde a besoin d'un peu moins de marché et d'un peu plus de règlementation.
Monsieur le Président, j'apprécierais un peu moins d'emphase, mais plus de substance.
Exemples d'usage pour « a little » en français
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EnglishI have been informed, however, that unfortunately we have very little time left.
EnglishBut handed an agenda with little real substance, EU leaders gave back even less.
EnglishSo that is the first message of the report: that we need to go a little further.
EnglishA little over a year afterwards, they voted by a two-thirds majority in favour.
EnglishI find it striking that her words have found little support here in this debate.
EnglishLittle is known, in fact, about breast cancer, though, other than the statistics.
EnglishHowever, the penniless directors at TV-6 have little to smile about these days.
English- Women have little autonomous decision-making power (men tend to be hostile);
EnglishMr Schulz makes little effort to keep his irritation with the Council to himself.
EnglishThe member did say the positive impact of a loving parent, which helps a little.
EnglishThere has been little progress towards nuclear disarmament over the last year.
EnglishThere has been precious little in the way of justice coming from the government.
EnglishIn this context I am a little surprised at what is sometimes said about Turkey.
EnglishWe cannot fill your shoes, but, together, little by little, we will make progress.
EnglishThere was a little hill in Plaszow... where they were usually executing people.
Englishare not asking you to sign it; however we would like to know a little about you.
Englishparent what s/he wants to hear, which would be of little benefit to the child.
EnglishThere has been little empirical research on the issue of hate crimes in Canada.
EnglishOpenness makes little sense, of course, if nobody is interested in the work we do.
EnglishThe East/West divide makes little sense after the collapse of the Berlin Wall.
Traductions similaires pour « a little » en français
a little bit adverbe
a dab of
a few adjectif
a flight of
a great deal of substantif
a long time adverbe
little by little
a mean trick
a good deal of substantif
a lot of adjectif
a pale imitation
a ton of
a touch of adverbe
- a lingering degree of
- a lipstick
- a list as long as my arm
- a listed building
- a listening device
- a literacy class
- a literary allusion
- a literary form
- a literary hack
- a literary man
- a little
- a little bird tells me that …
- a little bird told me
- a little bit
- a little break
- a little dear
- a little devil
- a little favour
- a little holiday
- a little house
- a little learning is a dangerous thing