auriez-vous im Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

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I.goodness [Brit ˈɡʊdnəs, Am ˈɡʊdnəs] SUBST

II.goodness [Brit ˈɡʊdnəs, Am ˈɡʊdnəs] INTERJ a. goodness gracious

III.goodness [Brit ˈɡʊdnəs, Am ˈɡʊdnəs]

oblige [Brit əˈblʌɪdʒ, Am əˈblaɪdʒ] VERB trans

I.kindly [Brit ˈkʌɪndli, Am ˈkaɪn(d)li] ADJ

II.kindly [Brit ˈkʌɪndli, Am ˈkaɪn(d)li] ADV

I.chance [Brit tʃɑːns, Am tʃæns] SUBST

1. chance (opportunity):

2. chance (likelihood):

II.chance [Brit tʃɑːns, Am tʃæns] ADJ attr

IV.chance [Brit tʃɑːns, Am tʃæns]

I.kind [Brit kʌɪnd, Am kaɪnd] SUBST

1. kind (sort, type):

IV.kind [Brit kʌɪnd, Am kaɪnd] ADJ (caring, helpful)

gentil/-ille
gentil/-ille

I.such [Brit sʌtʃ, Am sətʃ] PRON

2. such → suchlike

II.such [Brit sʌtʃ, Am sətʃ] DET

1. such (of kind previously mentioned):

pareil/-eille

IV.such [Brit sʌtʃ, Am sətʃ] ADV (to a great degree)

Siehe auch: suchlike, as

I.suchlike [Brit ˈsʌtʃlʌɪk, Am ˈsətʃˌlaɪk] inf PRON

II.suchlike [Brit ˈsʌtʃlʌɪk, Am ˈsətʃˌlaɪk] inf ADJ

I.as [Brit az, əz, Am æz, əz] KONJ

1. as (in the manner that):

as I see it
as you were! MILIT

II.as [Brit az, əz, Am æz, əz] PRÄP

2. as (showing function, status):

with Lauren Bacall as Vivien CINE, THEAT

III.as [Brit az, əz, Am æz, əz] ADV

1. as (expressing degree, extent):

would <nég wouldn't> [Brit wʊd, wəd, Am wʊd, wəd, (ə)d] VERB modal a. 'd When would is used with a verb in English to form the conditional tense, would + verb is translated by the present conditional of the appropriate verb in French and would have + verb by the past conditional of the appropriate verb: I would do it if I had time = je le ferais si j'avais le temps; I would have done it if I had had time = je l'aurais fait si j'avais eu le temps; he said he would fetch the car = il a dit qu'il irait chercher la voiture.
For more examples, particular usages and all other uses of would see the entry below.

1. would (in sequence of past tenses, in reported speech):

2. would (in conditional statements):

6. would (in polite requests or proposals):

2. good (benefit):