Translation of "s'avoir petit creux" to English

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Dictionary translations for "s'avoir petit creux"

s'avoir petit creux verb
feel peckish (sensation physique)

Phrases with "s'avoir petit creux" (1)

  1. s'avoir petit creux dans l'estomac - feel peckish

Contexts with "s'avoir petit creux"

Fais-le plus petit. Make it smaller.
Nous sommes dans le creux des affaires, on s'en sort à peine, c'est pourquoi nous n'avons pas la possibilité de prendre un temps partiel. We're in a slump, barely scraping by, so we certainly don't have the margin to take on a part-time worker.
Fred fit peindre la barrière par son petit frère. Fred had his little brother paint the fence.
Le lendemain matin elle me dit dans le creux de l'oreille: «Nous rentrons à Paris ce soir. Il dit qu'il n'est pas question qu'il me laisse seule dans un endroit aussi triste. C'est comme ça.» The following morning she said close to my ears: "We're going back to Paris tonight. He says that there's no way that he'll leave me alone in such a sad place. That's how it is."
Les besoins du plus grand nombre l'emportent sur les nécessités du plus petit. The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.
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