A quoi bon t'excuser? Chacun son gout, chacun sa vie, chacun son soi. Seulement

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07:37 Jan 20, 2004
French to Russian translations [Non-PRO]
French term or phrase: A quoi bon t'excuser? Chacun son gout, chacun sa vie, chacun son soi. Seulement
Ïîæóëéóñòà!!! Íå äàéòå óïàñòü ëèöîì â ãðÿçü. Íà îäíîì ôîðóìå ìû ñ îäíîé ó÷àñòíèöåé íåìíîãî ïîñïîðèëè. Ðàçãîâîð áûë î ñðîêå ãîäíîñòè êîñìåòèêè. Îíà ðåøèëà âûïåíäðèòüñÿ è ïðèñëàëà ìíå îòâåò íà ôðóíöóçñêîì. Ïåðåâåäèòå ïîæóëéóñòà.

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Зачем извиняться? Каждому - свой вкус, каждому - его жизнь, каждому - своё. Только и всего

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Note added at 2004-01-20 07:46:40 (GMT)
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Это буквальный, не литературный перевод :)
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Explanation:
Зачем извиняться? Каждому - свой вкус, каждому - его жизнь, каждому - своё. Только и всего

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Note added at 2004-01-20 07:46:40 (GMT)
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Это буквальный, не литературный перевод :)

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agree  Margarita: èëè - Êàêîé ñìûñë èçâèíÿòüñÿ? Ó êàæäîãî èç íàñ - ñâîè âêóñû, ñâîÿ æèçíü. Êàæäîìó - ñâî¸. :-)
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  -> Oui, c'est la vie :)

agree  Vera Fluhr (X): Ó êàæäîãî ñâîé âêóñ, ñâîÿ æèçíü, êàæäîìó ñâîå. Âîò è âñå. (Åùå ÷àñòî ãîâîðÿò "chacun son truc")
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