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provenir verb Conjugation
proviens / provins / provenu
come [kʌm] (objet)
Rien ne peut provenir de rien.
Nothing can come of nothing.
originate [əˈrɪdʒɪneɪt] (naître)
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Rien ne peut provenir de rien. Nothing can come of nothing.
Ils proviennent du même village. They come from the same village.
Il n'existe aucun fait dont provienne un devoir moral. There is no fact from which a moral ought can be derived.
Les accidents proviennent souvent d'un manque d'attention. Accidents often result from carelessness.
Elles proviennent du même pays. They come from the same country.

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