- 1 What is the French word that means play?
- 2 How do you say play a song in French?
- 3 What does Olay mean in French?
- 4 What does PON mean in French?
- 5 What is the French word for basketball?
- 6 What does Bravo mean?
- 7 What does Ole girl mean?
- 8 Is it good ol or good ole?
- 9 What does pone mean?
- 10 Is pon a real word?
- 11 What is a Pom?
What is the French word that means play?
|• play||→ jouer||↔ spelen|
|• play||→ jouer||↔ afspelen|
|• play||→ représentation||↔ Aufführung|
|• play||→ jouer||↔ spielen|
How do you say play a song in French?
Similar translations for ” play a song” in French
What does Olay mean in French?
OLE, (liaison et incorporation d’objets) object linking and embedding, the ~ Noun. ‐ A technology for transferring and sharing information among applications.
What does PON mean in French?
Contraction of upon. pon preposition. Contraction of upon. Also spelt pon. Often found in expressions such as.
What is the French word for basketball?
Detailed Translations for basketball from English to French basket: panier; corbeille; Panier.
What does Bravo mean?
: a shout of approval —often used interjectionally in applauding a performance. bravo. verb. bra·vo | ˈbrä-(ˌ)vō, brä-ˈvō
What does Ole girl mean?
n a girl or woman, often unmarried, who follows a career or profession.
Is it good ol or good ole?
Ol ‘ is preferable to ole (not to be confused with olé, a Spanish exclamation synonymous with bravo! and, like that word, always punctuated with an exclamation point, which is nevertheless enshrined in the name of the Grand Ole Opry and in Ole Miss, the nickname for the University of Mississippi, as well as in the song
What does pone mean?
a baked or fried bread usually made of cornmeal. a loaf or oval-shaped cake of any type of bread, especially cornbread.
Is pon a real word?
No, pon is not in the scrabble dictionary.
What is a Pom?
Pommy or Pom The terms Pommy, Pommie and Pom, in Australia, South Africa and New Zealand usually denotes an English person (or, less commonly, people from other parts of the UK). According to this explanation, “pomegranate” was Australian rhyming slang for “immigrant” (“Jimmy Grant”).