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French translation of “due”

due

adjective /djuː/
owed
I think I’m still due some pay Our thanks are due to the doctor.
expected according to timetable, promise etc
attendu
The bus is due in three minutes.
proper
bon, qui convient
Take due care.
duly adverb properly; as expected
en temps voulu
The bus duly arrived.
due to brought about by
dû à, attribuable à
His success was due to hard work.
give (someone) his due to be fair to someone.
rendre justice à qqn
To give him his due, he worked extremely hard.
see also owe.
(Definition of due from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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