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MENENIUS. The augurer tells me we shall have news tonight. BRUTUS. Good or bad? MENENIUS. Not according to the prayer of the people, for they love not Marcius. SICINIUS. Nature teaches beasts to know their friends. MENENIUS. Pray you, who does the wolf love? SICINIUS. The lamb. MENENIUS. Ay, to devour him, as the hungry plebeians would the noble Marcius. French according: selon. bad: mauvais, méchant, mal. devour: dévorer, dévorent, dévorons, dévores, dévore, dévorez. friends: amis. hungry: affamé.

Shade: ombre, nuance, teinte, ombrage, ombrager, nuancer, ombrer. sway: vaciller, balancement, oscillation, osciller, se balancer. thee: toi, te, vous. theirs: leur. wanting: voulant. welcome: bienvenue, accueil, accueillir, bienvenu, accueilles, accueille, accueillent, accueillez, accueillons, recevoir solennellement. whom: qui. wife: femme, épouse. William Shakespeare 51 COMINIUS. % [Flourish. Cornets. Exeunt in state, as before. ] BRUTUS. All tongues speak of him and the bleared sights Are spectacled to see him: your prattling nurse Into a rapture lets her baby cry While she chats him: the kitchen malkin pins Her richest lockram 'bout her reechy neck, Clamb'ring the walls to eye him: stalls, bulks, windows, Are smother'd up, leads fill'd and ridges hors'd With variable complexions; all agreeing In earnestness to see him: seld-shown flamens Do press among the popular throngs, and puff To win a vulgar station: our veil'd dames Commit the war of white and damask, in Their nicely gawded cheeks, to the wanton spoil Of Phoebus' burning kisses; such a pother, As if that whatsoever god who leads him Were slily crept into his human powers, And gave him graceful posture.

Honours: honneurs. least: moindre, le moins. malice: malice, méchanceté, malveillance. manner: manière, façon. proud: fier, altier, orgueilleux. purpose: but, dessein, objet, intention. showing: montrant, manifestant, marquant, exposition. stand: stand, être debout, échoppe, kiosque, support, pied, peuplement, position, socle, surgir, se dresser. stinking: puant. suit: costume, complet, convenir, procès, couleur. sure: sûr, certain, assuré. wish: souhait, désir, désirer, souhaiter, vouloir, volonté, gré.

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