à l'impromptu


à l'impromptu
(à l'impromptu [тж. d'impromptu])
неожиданно, внезапно

Des visions charnelles vous assaillent; elles jaillissent à l'impromptu, en éclair. (J.-K. Huysmans, L'Oblat.) — Вас осаждают плотские вожделения, они возникают внезапно, молниеносно.

... arri-vant un samedi soir, très tard, après une longue journée d'automobile, d'impromptu chez des amis, à Carpentras, je passai la nuit chez eux. (B. Cendrars, Bourlinguer.) — ... приехав однажды поздно ночью в субботу, проведя целый день в автомобиле, к друзьям в Карпантра, которые меня совершенно не ждали, я заночевал у них.


Dictionnaire français-russe des idiomes. 2013.

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  • impromptu — impromptu, ue [ ɛ̃prɔ̃pty ] n. m., adj. et adv. • 1651; lat. in promptu « en évidence, sous la main » I ♦ N. m. 1 ♦ Hist. littér. Petite pièce composée sur le champ et, en principe, sans préparation. « L Impromptu de Versailles », de Molière… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • impromptu — IMPROMPTÚ, impromptuuri, s.n. Compoziţie muzicală instrumentală cu caracter de improvizaţie şi de obicei lirică, agitată. [pr.: empromtü] – Din fr. impromptü. Trimis de gall, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  impromptú s. n., art. impromptúul (sil. ptu …   Dicționar Român

  • Impromptu speaking — is a speech and debate consolation event that involves an eight minute speech, with up to three of these eight minutes available for use as preparation time (known as prep time, or simply prep). At the college level, the speaker is granted seven… …   Wikipedia

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  • Impromptu — Im*promp tu, adv. or a. [F. impromptu, fr. L. in promptu in readiness, at hand; in in + promptus visibility, readiness, from promptus visible, ready. See {Prompt}.] Offhand; without previous study; extemporaneous; extempore; as, an impromptu… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Impromptu preaching — is a sermon technique where the preacher exhorts the without any previous preparation. It can be aided with a reading of a Bible passage, alleatory opened or not, or even without any scriptural reference.Impromptu preaching was practiced by the… …   Wikipedia

  • impromptu — [im prämp′to͞o΄] adj., adv. [Fr < L in promptu, in readiness < in, in + promptu, abl. of promptus, readiness < promptus, brought out, ready, PROMPT] without preparation or advance thought; offhand n. an impromptu speech, performance, etc …   English World dictionary

  • Impromptu (película) — Impromptu Título Pasiones privadas de una mujer (España) Ficha técnica Dirección James Lapine Producción Stuart Oken Daniel A. Sherkow …   Wikipedia Español

  • impromptu — 1660s (adv.), 1764 (adj.), from Fr. impromptu (1650s), from L. in promptu in readiness, from assimilated form of in into, in, on, upon (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + promptu, ablative of promptus readiness, from pp. of promere to bring out, from pro… …   Etymology dictionary

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