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happening [ˈhæpnɪŋ] noun
happening / happenings
l' événement m
Helen reviewed the day's happenings.
Hélène se remémora les événements de la journée.
l' happening m (art, theatre)
l' incident m (occurrence)
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happen [ˈhæpən] verb Conjugation
happen / happened / happened / happening / happens
arriver
This won't happen again.
Ça n'arrivera plus.
se passer (come about)
Japan? Did anything special happen there?
Le Japon ? Il s'est passé quelque-chose de spécial là-bas ?
survenir (event)
Anarchy can happen during wartime.
L'anarchie peut survenir en temps de guerre.
se produire (occur)
This was not supposed to happen.
Ce n'était pas supposé se produire.
devenir (become of)
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