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|English to French translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Happy Birthday|
|on a card, in a letter|
|French translation:Joyeux anniversaire/Bon anniversaire|
If you are singing the song "happy birthday", it is translated as "joyeux anniversaire." For a card or in a letter you can pick which ever one sounds best for you!
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|This is too complicated. All I wanted to do was type in the phrase I wanted and receive a computer translation back. I didn't even go to the options/graded sight until a week after the date I used the info. I found a translation much quicker at another web site, and so I used that translation, before reading my email. |
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