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Estel
"Une petite rivière n'est plus rien redoutable pour celui qui a déjà traversé le vaste océan." it's meaning?
Feb 3, 2011 1:41 PM
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It means something like "a small river is nothing formidable for one who has already crossed the ocean", someone that already crossed the ocean has nothing to fear about a small river. I guess we have to understand that one shall not be stopped by small matters when he or she already dealt with bigger problems, or something like that. However the sentence is French is a little weird, "n'est plus rien redoutable" is not correct, where did you find that sentence ?
February 3, 2011
oui je pense que la phrase exacte dot être:Une petite rivière n'est en rien redoutable! bye
February 3, 2011
A drop in the bucket = A drop in the ocean
February 3, 2011
Estel
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), French
Learning Language
French