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|English to French translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: tie|
|Could you please then give me a tie?|
(conversation in a shop)
|Pourriez vous, s'il vous plaìt, me donner une cravate?|
This is what the beggar would say, because he does not have the means to pay for it.
A normal customer would inquire: Pouvez-vous me monter quelques cravates? (show some ties) sîl vous, plaît?
Then he would ask: Donnez-moi cette cravatte (give me that tie) (to have a closer look).
Or in general: Vous avez des cravattes?
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