Traduction Recent

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Traduction

recent: récent
adjective
In recent years, the economy has been slowly improving. Au cours des dernières années, la situation économique s'est progressivement améliorée.
recently: récemment, dernièrement
adverb
Icarus has been acting strangely recently. Dernièrement, Icarus se comporte bizarrement.

Exemples

  • "In response to your recent email"
  • "Our beloved director of sales, and ex-president of Cheeterland, Philip Cheeter, recently completed a unique weekend seminar as part of Delavigne Corp's training program. Here's a excerpt from a recent email exchange between the two of us"
  • "Congratulations on your recent acquisition of an obscene amount of money."
  • "While the print media has indeed been critical of your company recently, we propose focusing on Delavigne's Internet presence to shift the narrative from tabloid gossip to the high quality profiles and experience of your staff."
  • "My name is Brian Jones and I recently lost my job... to a camel!"
  • "According to one recent study, foot traffic at retail stores fell 19% between January and August."
  • "As you all know, we recently lost our CEO Bruno Delavigne, and shortly afterwards our interim CEO Susan Bliss, who ran off with Bruno after a very interesting wedding in London."
  • "Brian : Bruno, Horatio, as you know, Chuk-Chuk and I have been meditating together a lot recently."
  • "Our beloved director of sales, and ex-president of Cheeterland, Philip Cheeter, recently completed a unique weekend seminar as part of Delavigne Corp's training program. Here's a excerpt from a recent email exchange between the two of us"
  • "Recent test flights have succeeded in using a mix of 50% biofuels and 50% traditional kerosene."

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