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|French to English translations [Non-PRO]|
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
|French term or phrase: je divague|
|Taken from a poetic text about a girl reflecting on her past, here she tells about what she feels about runing away from home (in a war situation) here is the sentence: " fuir, partir de chez soi et tout quitter. j'abandonne, je divague.. je ne savais pas, je ne savais plus...|
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I am talking nonsense
I am off the mark, rambling on and on... anything that denotes that you are just saying what comes to mkind at that moment