you made me cry

French translation: Tu m'as fait pleurer

13:04 Feb 21, 2001
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: you made me cry
someone making another person cry
stephanie
French translation:Tu m'as fait pleurer
Explanation:
ou : Vous m'avez fait pleurer.

Cela dépend: Si les personnes se connaissent bien (amis...): tu.

C'est, je pense, le plus probable.

Sinon: vous (plus formellement)

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naC'est toi qui m'as fait pleurer
alx
natu m'as tiré des larmes
Didier Fourcot
naTu m'as fait pleurer
stephie


  

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9 mins
Tu m'as fait pleurer


Explanation:
ou : Vous m'avez fait pleurer.

Cela dépend: Si les personnes se connaissent bien (amis...): tu.

C'est, je pense, le plus probable.

Sinon: vous (plus formellement)

Stephie

stephie
Belgium
Local time: 10:05
PRO pts in pair: 44
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1 hr
tu m'as tiré des larmes


Explanation:
plutôt d'émotion que de tristesse, et un peu plus littéraire que "tu m'as fait pleurer: la mort d'un proche m'a fait pleurer, sa performance d'acteur m'a tiré des larmes

Didier Fourcot
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15 hrs
C'est toi qui m'as fait pleurer


Explanation:
Only depending on the context, if emphasis is put on the subject. "Tu" seems the more appropriate due to the situation (you rarely are made to cry by a stranger).

alx
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