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1. French: ·(followed by the preposition à) to assent (to); to agree (to); to condescend (to)··(reflexive) to assent (to); to agree (to) 1595, Michel de Montaigne, Essais: L’Empereur Conrad troisiesme, ayant assiegé Guelphe, duc de Bavieres, ne voulut Condescendre a plus douces conditions (please add an English translation of this quote)

Condescend, Conrad, Condescendre, Conditions

2. Translation for 'Condescendre' in the free French-English dictionary and many other English translations.

Condescendre

3. Condescendre (à) translate: condescend

Condescendre, Condescend

4. Supposons que je condescende - oui, j'appellerai cela Condescendre - à être bien meilleur que n'importe lequel d'entre vous : je serais élevé au ciel le plus élevé ; et qui aurais-je pour m'accompagner ?

Condescende, Cela, Condescendre, Ciel

5. Condescendre - Définitions Français : Retrouvez la définition de Condescendre, mais également la conjugaison de Condescendre - synonymes, homonymes, difficultés, citations.

Condescendre, Conjugaison, Citations

6. Condescendre is a french third group verb. So, this verb is irregular and do not follow a regular conjugation pattern like first or second group verbs

Condescendre, Conjugation

7. Condescendre definition in French dictionary, Condescendre meaning, synonyms, see also 'condescendance',condenser',condescendant',condéen'

Condescendre, Condescendance, Condenser, Condescendant, Cond

8. English Translation of “Condescendre à” The official Collins French-English Dictionary online

Condescendre, Collins

9. Condescendre British English: condescend VERB / ˌkɒndɪˈsɛnd / If someone condescends to do something, they agree to do it, but in a way which shows that they think they are better than other people and should not have to do it

Condescendre, Condescend, Condescends

10. Condescendre à translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'condescendance',condenser',condescendant',condensé', examples, definition, conjugation

Condescendre, Condescendance, Condenser, Condescendant, Condens, Conjugation

11. Condescendre vtr ind verbe transitif indirect: verbe qui s'utilise avec un complément d'objet indirect (COI)

Condescendre, Compl, Coi

12. Condescendre is a french third group verb

Condescendre

13. Condescendre logisk hediondez coulomb inanimately, without the structure and composition which characterize living organisms ventilator coaming imaginary axis kpina Bali (island in Indonesia) arm-chair je dirais dozorce zmija crnonoska omarahoitusosuus muistella LIFO frank and outspoken, straight speaking, to say what one thinks gospodarstwo licor de cirera / kirsch challenger Lochkartenverfahren …

Condescendre, Coulomb, Composition, Characterize, Coaming, Chair, Crnonoska, Cirera, Challenger

14. Conjugate the French verb Condescendre in several modes, tenses, voices, numbers, persons : indicative mode, subjunctive, imperative mood, conditional, participle

Conjugate, Condescendre, Conditional

15. Middle English (in the sense ‘give way, defer’): from Old French Condescendre, from ecclesiastical Latin condescendere, from con- ‘together’ + descendere ‘descend’.

Condescendre, Condescendere, Con

16. La conjugaison du verbe Condescendre sa définition et ses synonymes

Conjugaison, Condescendre

17. Conjuguer le verbe Condescendre à indicatif, subjonctif, impératif, infinitif, conditionnel, participe, gérondif.

Conjuguer, Condescendre, Conditionnel

18. (noun) From French condescendance, from Condescendre, from Late Latin condescendere (“to let one's self down, stoop, condescend”), from Latin com-(“together”) + descendere (“to come down”); see condescend.

Condescendance, Condescendre, Condescendere, Condescend, Com, Come

19. Condescendre translation in French-Russian dictionary

Condescendre

20. From Middle English condescenden, from Old French Condescendre, from Late Latin condēscendere (“ to let one's self down, stoop, condescend ”), from Latin con-(“ together ”) + dēscendere, present active infinitive of dēscendō (“ I come down ”); see descend

Condescenden, Condescendre, Cond, Condescend, Con, Come

21. From Middle English condescenden, from Old French Condescendre, from Late Latin condescendere ("to let one's self down, stoop, condescend"), from Latin com- ("together") + descendere ("to come down"); see descend

Condescenden, Condescendre, Condescendere, Condescend, Com, Come

22. Middle English condescenden Old French Condescendre Late Latin condescendere (“to let one's self down, stoop, condescend”) Latin com- (“together”) + descendere (“to come down”); see descend.

Condescenden, Condescendre, Condescendere, Condescend, Com, Come

23. Condescendre (Old French (842-ca

Condescendre, Ca

24. Condescendre est employé comme verbe

Condescendre, Comme

25. Condescendre nội động từ /kɔ̃.de.sɑ̃dʁ/ Chiếu cố, hạ cố

Condescendre, Chi

26. Condescendre aux désirs de quelqu'un — chiếu cố đến những mong muốn của ai Condescendre à discuter avec qqn — hạ cố tranh luận với ai; Tham khảo

Condescendre, Chi

27. ACCORDER AS Condescendre DAIGNER DE DU INDICATIF INTRANSITIVE PERSONNE POSITION PRESENT SINGULIER TENDRE TO TROISIEME

Condescendre

28. The word was adopted into English from the French Condescendre, meaning “to come down from one’s rights or claims, to yield consent, acquiesce.” The verb was first recorded in English in 1340, when to “condescend” was to yield, to give way deferentially, or to be accommodating.

Condescendre, Come, Claims, Consent, Condescend

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CONDESCENDRE [ˌkändəˈsend]

VERB
condescend (verb) · condescends (third person present) · condescended (past tense) · condescended (past participle) · condescending (present participle)

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the word condescending mean?

Definition of 'condescending'. condescending. If you say that someone is condescending, you are showing your disapproval of the fact that they talk or behave in a way which shows that they think they are superior to other people.

What is a sentence for condesending?

Condescend in a sentence Would you condescend to accompany me? Take care not to condescend to your readers. She is so proud that she will not condescend to speak to us. I wonder if Michael will condescend to visit us? When giving a talk, be careful not to condescend to your audience. Perhaps your father would condescend to help with the washing - up! More items...

What is the noun for condescending?

0. 0. The act of condescending; voluntary descent from one's rank or dignity in intercourse with an inferior; courtesy toward inferiors. syn. Conscious condescension breeds panderers and enemies, not friends. noun. 0. 0.

What is a condescending tone?

The tone is not actual tone of voice because condescending speech usually incorporates a calm, respectful manner that you cannot quite accuse of being rude. A condescending tone most often uses sarcasm, double-entendre, ambiguity and/or a level of language expected of intellectuals and erudite folk,...

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