Sentence examples of "point d'ébullition" in French

L'étude de la futurologie était son point fort. The study of futurology was his forte.
À quoi sert un point virgule de toutes façons ? What the hell is a semicolon for anyway?
Pour passer d'une phrase à l'autre, Tom tendait son bras. Mary le saisissait fermement et sautait par-dessus le point en évitant de tomber dans l'espace. In order to cross from one sentence to the other, Tom was stretching out his arm. Mary clinged firmly on to it and jumped over the dot, avoiding to fall in the space.
Point n'est besoin de nous dépêcher. There's no need to hurry.
La maison était sur le point de s'effondrer. The house was on the verge of collapse.
Il est sur le point de terminer la lecture de l'ouvrage. He's about to finish reading the book.
N'hésitez pas à faire des commentaires sur n'importe quel point évoqué ici. Feel free to comment on any point made here.
Les Français sont vraiment un peuple bizarre : parmi ceux qui lisent cette phrase, un sur deux va vérifier si l'espace avant le double point est bien fine et insécable. The French are a really strange people: every other person who reads this sentence will check if the space before the colon is really thin and non-breaking.
Je forme une entreprise qui n'eut jamais d'exemple et dont l'exécution n'aura point d'imitateur. I have entered on an enterprise which is without precedent, and will have no imitator.
Même avec toute sa richesse, il n'est point heureux. With all his wealth, he is not happy.
Faites juste ce que vous avez à faire, un point c'est tout. Just do what you have to do, no questions asked.
Elle ne croit point en Dieu. She doesn't believe in God.
Il semble impossible de distinguer une névrose obsessionnelle d'un amour intense, d'un point de vue biochimique. It seems that it's impossible to distinguish an obsessional neurosis from an intense love from a biochemical perspective.
Son point de vue est assez logique. His view is quite logical.
Il n'y a point de réponse à votre question. There is not an answer for your question.
Je ne peux pas être d'accord sur ce point. I am unable to agree on that point.
Jouer du piano est mon point fort. I'm good at playing the piano.
Ce n'est pas mon point de vue ; ce n'est que ma traduction ! This isn't my point of view, it's only my translation!
Elle est différente de sa sœur en tout point. She is different from her sister in every way.
C'était plutôt limité, comme point de vue. It wasn't much of a view.
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