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"congratuler" İngilizce çeviri

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[congratulant|congratulé] {geçişli fiil}

Je pense que, aujourd'hui, nous pouvons nous congratuler.
I believe we are in a position to congratulate each other today.
On constate des signes encourageants, mais le moment n'est pas encore venu pour nous de nous congratuler.
There are encouraging signs, but we cannot congratulate ourselves yet.
Nous n'avons malheureusement pas lieu de nous congratuler de la tenue de la présente session.
We have, I am afraid, no reason to congratulate ourselves on the convening of this session.

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FrenchNous pouvons alors nous congratuler mutuellement, mais le consommateur n'en retire absolument rien.
Again, I think Mrs Breyer is right - we can all pat each other on the back, but the consumer derives no benefit whatever.
FrenchEn d'autres termes, il ne suffit pas de nous congratuler mutuellement.
In other words, it is not enough to pat ourselves on the back; it is not enough to talk of 10 or 20 or 30 or 40%.
FrenchAwad (Égypte) dit que sa délégation s'associe à d'autres pour congratuler la Chine de son premier vol spatial humain.
Mr. Awad (Egypt) said that his delegation joined others in congratulating China on its first manned space flight.
FrenchVous pouvez vous en congratuler.
FrenchC'était choquant de voir les libéraux se congratuler pour avoir présenté ce que je considère comme un budget d'attrape-nigauds.
There was frustration in seeing the Liberals self-congratulating themselves on putting forward what I considered to be a smoke and mirrors budget.
FrenchNous ne voulons pas d'une loi qui permette simplement au gouvernement de se congratuler alors qu'il ne fait rien de bon pour la petite entreprise.
We do not want legislation in place just to give the opportunity to pat the government on the back when it is not doing anything good for small businesses.