What is Bage in French?

What is Bage in French?

[ˈbædʒ ] (literal) (pin-on) badge m. (sew-on) écusson m ⧫ badge m.

Is badge masculine or feminine in French?

Vrais amis starting with B

badge masculine noun
bastion feminine noun
bazooka masculine noun
beatnik noun
beige adjective, masculine noun

How do you spell final in French?

French translation of ‘final’

  1. (= last) dernier/ière. our final farewells nos derniers adieux.
  2. [ decision, answer] définitif/ive. a final decision une décision définitive. and that’s final un point c’est tout. I’m not going and that’s final. Je n’y vais pas, un point c’est tout.
  3. (= ultimate) final(e)

What is another word for completed?

What is another word for complete?

finished completed
done accomplished
achieved fulfilled
concluded through
attained compassed

What can I say instead of responsible for?

You can say “spearheaded” or “implemented” instead of “responsible for” on a resume. “Spearheaded” and “implemented” are examples of resume action verbs, and are descriptive substitutes for the words “responsible for.”

Is complete or is completed?

Therefore, something is complete, or something has been or was completed. Therefore, Action Item A is complete (adjective), or Action Item A was completed (past tense verb). Action Item A “is completed” is wrong, although “is being completed” or “is going to be completed” are proper verb forms.

Did you complete or completed?

“Have you completed your work” is in present perfect tense and is used if you want to ask someone if they have completed the work just recently. Whereas, “Did you complete your work” is simple past tense, it is used if you want to ask if the work is already done sometime earlier in past.

What is the difference between finished and completed?

To finish something means that it has come to an end. But to complete something means you have made sure all the parts of it are there.

Will update you once it is completed?

A grammatically correct option would be: “Once it’s finished, I will update you.” Better: “When it is completed, I will notify you.”

How do you say I will keep you updated?

If someone asks you to keep them posted on the general progress of a project, you may want to say, “Ok. I’ll keep you updated.” Alternatively, if they are waiting for some specific information you can say, “Ok. I’ll let you know as soon as we hear something.”

How do you reply to will update you?

It should be “get” instead of “got.” Usually, you wouldn’t be referencing a specific reply. It would usually be “a reply.”

What to reply when someone says will update you?

Five other ways to say “thank you for the update” formally

  • Thank you for the information.
  • Thank you for the notification.
  • Thank you for letting me know.
  • Thank you for informing me about this matter.
  • Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
  • Thanks for the info.
  • Thanks for the heads-up.
  • Thanks for bringing this up.

How do you say thank you for quick help?

Less formal

  1. Thank you so much for the speedy reply.
  2. Thank you so much for your speedy reply.
  3. Thank you for the/your quick reply.
  4. Thank you for the/your quick response.
  5. Thanks so much for….

How do you say thanks for letting me know professionally?

“Thank you for letting me know” alternatives in the formal register

  1. Thank you for the information.
  2. I appreciate the information.
  3. Thanks for the heads-up.
  4. Thanks for bringing that up.

How do you say I await your reply?

7 Alternatives to “I Look Forward to Hearing From You”

  1. 1 Use a call-to-action.
  2. 2 I’m eager to receive your feedback.
  3. 3 I appreciate your quick response.
  4. 4 Always happy to hear from you.
  5. 5 Keep me informed . . .
  6. 6 I await your immediate response.
  7. 7 Write soon!

What to reply for looking forward to work with you?

You could say: It was a privilege to meet you too. I also look forward to working with you in the future. The simplest way would probably be “My pleasure. I am looking forward to working with you as well.” This indicates that the meeting pleased you and that you are also anticipating doing business.

How do you answer it was a pleasure at work with you?

I enjoyed working with you. If someone said “I am so pleased to meet you” then “me too” is too informal a response. But you could say “Likewise!” to mean that you were pleased to have met him/her.