to express (an opinion): formuler, émettre, exprimer (une opinion)
Express yourself, so you can respect yourself. (Madonna) que l'on pourrait traduire par "Exprime-toi et tu te respecteras."
express service: service rapide
- "Get ready to express what's on your mind!"
- "Hogwash has expressed an interest in the project, though we will of course have to agree to terms. This is where you come in!"
- "He expressed discontent over Mr. Delavigne's French roots, claiming that the French support rogue states and "non-freedom"."
- "It's called "Song to express disappointment about the hotel room I booked in Paris"."
- "I would like to formally express my interest in this position, for which I feel I am well qualified."
- "In spite of my blinding rage and abiding contempt for you, my yoga guru has advised me that expressing myself to you via a letter may prove therapeutic, which is why I am penning the present missive from my retreat, high atop the Himalayan peaks."
- "Some of Mr. Delavigne's employees expressed interest in testing our online training solution for learning French via e-mail."
- "Well I think the goal was to express the problem in matrix form, so we're really maximizing C to the power of T times X, which is subject to AX smaller than or equal to B, with X being greater than or equal to zero."
- "I'd just like to express my gratitude for the recognition you've shown me."
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