Sentence examples of "Plus" in French

Regardez ce problème plus attentivement. Look into the matter more carefully.
Veuillez attendre un peu plus longtemps. Please wait a little while longer.
C'est le plus intéressant. This is the most interesting.
Tu ne me plais plus. I don't like you anymore.
Je sais plus quoi faire I don't know what to do anymore
Il n'est plus ici. He is no longer here.
Je ne le crois plus. I don't believe him any longer.
Je ne suis jamais allé plus loin qu'Okayama. I've never been beyond Okayama.
Deux plus deux font quatre. Two plus two makes four.
Je prendrai le plus cher. I will take the one that is more expensive.
Plus fort, s'il vous plait. Louder, please.
C'est des plus regrettable. This is most unfortunate.
Je ne t'aime plus. I don't like you anymore.
Je ne peux plus écrire. I can't write anymore.
Il ne vient plus ici. He is no longer here.
Je ne l'aime plus. I do not love him any longer.
Il habite six maisons plus loin que la mienne. He lives six houses beyond my house.
Un plus deux égale trois. One plus two equals three.
Ce perroquet n'est plus. This parrot is no more.
Parlez plus fort, s'il vous plait. Speak louder, please.
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