Introduction to the French Word Déranger

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To disturb, bother, trouble and to mix/mess up is the English meaning of the French word déranger, pronounced "day ra(n) zhay". 

Examples and Common Expressions

Ce bruit me dérange - That noise is bothering me

Je viendrai demain, si cela ne te dérange pas - I'll come tomorrow if that's ok / if that doesn't bother you

Ne dérange pas mes papiers - Don't mess up my papers!


Related Words

Le dérangement - trouble, disturbance, disorder

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