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stationary, detained arrĂȘtĂ©
How to say “stationary, detained” in French? “ArrĂȘtĂ©”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “arrĂȘtĂ©” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on stationary, detained in French like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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arrĂȘtĂ© (French):

Tips to remember the French word:
– One way to remember the word “arrĂȘtĂ©” is to break it down into smaller parts. The word is derived from the verb “arrĂȘter” which means “to stop” or “to detain.” So, “arrĂȘtĂ©” can be thought of as a past participle form of “arrĂȘter.”
– Another way to remember “arrĂȘtĂ©” is to associate it with situations where someone or something is being detained or stopped.

Explanations:
In French, “arrĂȘtĂ©” can be used as both an adjective and a noun, primarily meaning “stationary” or “detained” respectively.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– For “stationary”: immobilisĂ©, fixe, en place
– For “detained”: dĂ©tenu, retenu, capturĂ©, emprisonnĂ©

Alternate meanings or slang:
– In some contexts, “arrĂȘtĂ©” can also refer to an official municipal or governmental document or order.
– It does not have a common slang usage.

Examples of sentences using “arrĂȘtĂ©”:
1. Les voitures sont arrĂȘtĂ©es Ă  cause du feu rouge. (The cars are stationary because of the red light.)
2. L’homme a Ă©tĂ© arrĂȘtĂ© par la police pour vol Ă  main armĂ©e. (The man was detained by the police for armed robbery.)
3. Nous avons reçu un nouvel arrĂȘtĂ© municipal interdisant le stationnement dans cette rue. (We received a new municipal order prohibiting parking on this street.)

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