de temps en temps – French expression

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de temps en temps — from time to time — Mot du Jour

de temps en temps – from time in time. In everyday French, de temps en temps is pretty much straight forward: ‘from time to time’.

  • « Ça m’arrive de jardiner de temps en temps. »
    • “I garden from time to time.”


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