Sentence examples of "main" in French

Ma main gauche est engourdie. I have some numbness in my left hand.
Elle lui serra la main. She shook hands with him.
Le chien mordit ma main. The dog bit my hand.
Ma main droite est ankylosée. My right hand is numb.
Il tint fermement ma main. He held on to my hand tightly.
Il a attrapé sa main. He caught her hand.
Il me tendit la main. He held out his hand to me.
Jim a levé la main. Jim put his hand up.
Elle écrit de la main gauche. She writes with her left hand.
Il est rapide avec sa main. He is fast with his hand.
Le chat me griffa la main. The cat scratched my hand.
Tom lâcha la main de Marie. Tom let go of the Mary's hand.
Elle lui a serré la main. She shook hands with him.
Retirez votre main de mon cou. Take your hands off my neck.
Lève la main avant de répondre. Raise your hand before you answer.
Le chien me mordit la main. The dog bit me in the hand.
Il lui a serré la main. He held out his hand.
Qu'as-tu dans la main ? What do you have in your hand?
Elle se brûla la main gauche. She burned her left hand.
Tom a quelque chose en main. Tom has something in his hand.
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