Sentence examples of "sentiment d'appartenance" in French

Quel est votre sentiment à ce sujet ? How do you feel about the issue?
Le sentiment populaire contre la pollution de l'air s'est enfin fait entendre. Public feeling against air pollution has at last became vocal.
Je ne peux pas m'empêcher d'avoir le sentiment d'avoir été compromis. I can't help but feel that I've been set up.
As-tu le sentiment que les anniversaires sont importants ? Do you feel birthdays are important?
J'ai le sentiment que quelqu'un nous observe. I feel like someone is watching us.
J'ai le sentiment qu'elle viendra aujourd'hui. I have a feeling that she will come today.
As-tu le sentiment que remettre des présents est important ? Do you feel giving gifts is important?
Il y a des gens qui disent que la politesse des Anglais est essentiellement un sentiment de peur. There are people who say that the politeness of Englishmen is essentially a sense of fear.
J'ai le sentiment que traduire est devenu très déplaisant. I feel like translating has become very unenjoyable.
Le sentiment anti-étrangers est souvent attisé par le gouvernement chinois pour encourager un nationalisme de pacotille. Anti-foreign sentiment is often stoked by the Chinese government in order to bolster cheap nationalism.
J'ai le sentiment d'avoir en quelque sorte arrêté de concevoir la traduction comme quelque chose de plaisant. I feel like somehow I've stopped thinking of translation as something enjoyable.
J'eus exactement le même sentiment. I had the exact same feeling.
Hum. J'ai le sentiment que je vais me perdre quelle que soit la route que je prenne. Hmm. I have a feeling I'm going to get lost whichever road I take.
Après avoir lu ses livres, j'ai le sentiment de pouvoir construire une maison. After reading his books I feel I can construct a house.
Il n'avait aucun sentiment humain. He was devoid of human feeling.
Mais si une femme éprouve un sentiment particulier pour un homme et ne cherche pas à le cacher, c’est à lui à le découvrir. But if a woman is partial to a man, and does not endeavour to conceal it, he must find it out.
Connais-tu ce sentiment ? You know that feeling?
Il y a un sentiment général selon lequel il faut faire quelque chose contre le chômage. There's a general sense that something should be done about unemployment.
J'ai le sentiment que vous serez un très bon avocat. I have a feeling you'll be a very good lawyer.
J'ai le sentiment qu'il a raison. I have a feeling he is right.
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