from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A female servant charged with the care of a young child; a nurse.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A female servant charged with the care of a young child.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A child's nursemaid, especially a French nurse.
When disputes occurred in bonne maman's room, they were between my father and mother, if that can be called a dispute where one is so gay and so imperturbable.
But this is what the French call bonne guerre, and the most innocent form of deception!
Bon serieux moi dans ma tete de CM2, les champignons c que les gens crado qui en ont mais en fait non la c parce que j'etais trop propre du coup ben ma peau elle etait asséché et donc les "bonne" bacteries elles etaient aussi parti alors j'etais sujet aux infections!!
A 'bonne' coiffed with ribbon shepherded two little girls with pig-tails and frilled drawers.
In Norman French it became "bonne," and in the fourteenth century was applied to the round loaf of bread given to a horse; the loaf was called Bayard's bonne (pronounced "bun").
But as her definite acquirements were few, she had to eke them out by employing her leisure time in needlework; and altogether her position was that of "bonne" or nursery governess, liable to repeated and never-ending calls upon her time.
“But this is what the French call bonne guerre, and the most innocent form of deception! ...
J'arrive à la conclusion, qu'il n'y a pas de réalité immorale qui ne soit pas à priori divisée, jetée, et joyeusement entrelacée par les médias ( "médiatisée"), placée de façon attractive et présentée comme "bonne" dans une vision marketing ainsi que turbulente, hyper-active, hyper-productive "Kitsch" ou "Trash".
Ethique Proscrire le mal Source: Fisher & Lovell (2003); adapté par Ledoux Poursuivre la vie Management responsable: questions éthiques - Laurent Ledoux - 14 / 04 / 07 "bonne" 27
Here she comes, with her "bonne," as she calls her nurse. "
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