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l'avis de la cour suprême attendu

English translation: opinion/decision of the Supreme Court expected

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French term or phrase:l'avis de la cour suprême attendu
English translation:opinion/decision of the Supreme Court expected
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07:06 Oct 5, 2018
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French term or phrase: l'avis de la cour suprême attendu
Can anyone translate "l'avis de la cour suprême attendu" Thank you

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Dr EC
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opinion/decision of the Supreme Court expected
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l\\\'avis de la cour suprême attendu
opinion/decision of the Supreme Court expected


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Trevino Translations
France
Local time: 22:17
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agree  Eliza Hall: Yes. But it could also be something like "eagerly awaited." That would be "très attendu," but I mention it because depending on context, "attendu" can have more emotional weight or sense of eagerness than the neutral "expected" does.
2 hrs

agree  Nicole Acher: I'd say this is an accurate translation.
7 hrs

agree  Nikki Scott-Despaigne: I'd suggest changing the word order: the expected decision/opinion/ruling of the Supreme Court; - the decision expected by the SC; etc.
11 hrs
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