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Respite in French : répit

Translations of « respite » in French

Most common translation : répit Ecouter

Noun

respite

  1. RĂ©pit ; pause, repos, trĂȘve.
    • The enemy gave no respite.
  2. Sursis.
    • The two-day truce gave the soldiers a temporary respite from the constant barrage.

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Examples of usage of « respite » in English / French

  • Communities in Victoria’s north-west hit by shortage of respite and in-home care facilities
    Les communautĂ©s du nord-ouest de l'État de Victoria sont touchĂ©es par la pĂ©nurie de structures de rĂ©pit et de soins Ă  domicile. , Communities in Victoria’s north-west hit by shortage of respite and in-home care facilities - ABC News
  • Voluntary organisations in Scotland providing short breaks and respite for disabled children young people and their carers are being encouraged to apply for project funding.
    Les organisations bĂ©nĂ©voles d'Écosse qui offrent de courtes pauses et des pĂ©riodes de rĂ©pit aux enfants et aux jeunes handicapĂ©s ainsi qu'Ă  leurs aidants sont encouragĂ©es Ă  demander le financement de projets. Third Force News, Respite breaks for disabled young people and carers now open for applications - TFN

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