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Heretofore: jusqu'ici. joyful: joyeux, heureux. maiden: vierge, brin. pillar: pilier, colonne, épontille. pitiful: pitoyable, pauvre, misérable, malheureux, lamentable. planted: planté. renown: renommée, distinction, réputation, gloire, renom. renowned: renommé. tarrying: demeurant, restant. tire: pneu, fatiguer. valiant: vaillant, courageux, valeureux. weeping: pleurant. whatsoever: quelconque, quoi que. 30 The Odyssey 'Phemius, %since thou knowest many other charms for mortals, deeds of men and gods, which bards rehearse, some one of these do thou sing as thou sittest by them, and let them drink their wine in silence; but cease from this pitiful strain, that ever wastes my heart within my breast, since to me above all women hath come a sorrow comfortless.
Straining: filtrage. uttering: prononcer. wheeled: à roues, sur roues, mobile, roues. wings: coulisses, ailes. 38 The Odyssey the loss of %all his company, unknown to all, in the twentieth year he should come home. ' And Eurymachus, son of Polybus, answered him, saying: 'Go now, old man, get thee home and prophesy to thine own children, lest haply they suffer harm hereafter: but herein am I a far better prophet than thou. Howbeit there be many birds that fly to and fro under the sun's rays, but all are not birds of fate.
Moves: émeut, meut, mouve, remue. outright: complètement, absolu, carrément, franc, forfait, sur le coup. ply: pli. rehearse: répéter, répètent, répétons, répète, répétez, répètes. rings: anneaux. shadowy: ombragé. sing: chanter, chante, chantes, chantent, chantez, chantons. sings: chante. substance: substance, fond. wastes: gaspille, prodigue, gâche. wise: sensé, raisonnable. wit: esprit. ye: vous, toi, tu. % Then Antinous, son of Eupeithes, answered him: 'Telemachus, in very truth the gods themselves instruct thee to be proud of speech and boldly to harangue.