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Monsieur
used in The Bourne Identity

142 uses
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Definition
French equivalent to the English Mr.

or:

French equivalent to saying sir in English (a polite way to address a male)
  • You're most kind, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (60% in)
Monsieur = Mr. (in French)
  • You've got to function on the outside, and as of two minutes ago Monsieur Jean-Pierre No-Name is gainfully employed!
    Chapter 2 (41% in)
  • In Zurich there was ... "Mesdames et messieurs.
    Chapter 4 (21% in)
  • Bonjour, monsieur.
    Chapter 4 (46% in)
  • Monsieur d'Amacourt's secretary was less accommodating, the bank officer's screening process activated, as Marie had predicted.
    Chapter 11 (61% in)
  • Monsieur d'Amacourt, if you please.
    Chapter 11 (62% in)
  • Would you be more comfortable speaking English, monsieur?
    Chapter 11 (64% in)
  • On the main floor, monsieur.
    Chapter 11 (67% in)
  • Only with me, Monsieur Bourne.
    Chapter 11 (68% in)
  • I am here, monsieur.
    Chapter 11 (69% in)
  • Monsieur, please-if you'll give me your telephone number.
    Chapter 11 (69% in)
  • Monsieur Bourne, please-
    Chapter 11 (69% in)
  • "Je parlais avec Monsieur d'Amacourt quand on m'a coupe ..."
    Chapter 11 (71% in)
  • Je regrette, monsieur.
    Chapter 11 (71% in)
  • Monsieur Bourne?
    Chapter 11 (71% in)
  • I look forward to meeting you, monsieur.
    Chapter 11 (72% in)
  • And if she was, she had to know what Monsieur A.R. d'Amacourt looked like; he would be the man Jason could reach.
    Chapter 11 (77% in)
  • Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 11 (86% in)
  • Monsieur d'Amacourt, please.
    Chapter 11 (87% in)
  • Monsieur-
    Chapter 11 (94% in)
  • It is you, Monsieur Bourne?
    Chapter 11 (96% in)
  • To London, monsieur?
    Chapter 11 (98% in)
  • Bonjour, monsieur.
    Chapter 12 (8% in)
  • Je ... pense que vous ... ates Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 12 (8% in)
  • I could lose my position, monsieur!
    Chapter 12 (17% in)
  • You don't have to threaten me, monsieur.
    Chapter 12 (20% in)
  • Be reasonable, monsieur.
    Chapter 12 (27% in)
  • I must protect myself, monsieur.
    Chapter 12 (29% in)
  • I'm thinking, monsieur.
    Chapter 12 (37% in)
  • Merely an observation, monsieur; the woman was insistent.
    Chapter 12 (49% in)
  • Who are you, monsieur?
    Chapter 12 (51% in)
  • When I said it was deleted, monsieur, I did not mean it was crossed out.
    Chapter 12 (53% in)
  • So is whatever you've done, Monsieur Bourne.
    Chapter 12 (60% in)
  • Pardon me, but Monsieur Bourne insists that Monsieur d'Amacourt also include two hundred thousand francs in cash, one hundred thousand to be included with the bonds and one hundred to be held by Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 13 (59% in)
  • Pardon me, but Monsieur Bourne insists that Monsieur d'Amacourt also include two hundred thousand francs in cash, one hundred thousand to be included with the bonds and one hundred to be held by Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 13 (59% in)
  • Pardon me, but Monsieur Bourne insists that Monsieur d'Amacourt also include two hundred thousand francs in cash, one hundred thousand to be included with the bonds and one hundred to be held by Monsieur d'Amacourt.
    Chapter 13 (60% in)
  • Seventy-five thousand for Monsieur d'Amacourt and twenty-five thousand for yourself.
    Chapter 13 (60% in)
  • The arrangements were made in accordance with the unusual-but completely understandable-demands of Monsieur Bourne and his esteemed adviser.
    Chapter 13 (61% in)
  • A leather attache case was provided by Monsieur Bourne for the bonds and the money; it would be carried by an armed courier who would leave the bank at 2:30 in the afternoon and meet Monsieur Bourne at 3:00 on the Pont Neuf.
    Chapter 13 (61% in)
  • A leather attache case was provided by Monsieur Bourne for the bonds and the money; it would be carried by an armed courier who would leave the bank at 2:30 in the afternoon and meet Monsieur Bourne at 3:00 on the Pont Neuf.
    Chapter 13 (62% in)
  • Except for one, which was made clear by Monsieur Bourne's adviser.
    Chapter 13 (63% in)
  • We recognize that the demands of the fiche must be carried out to the letter, and fully expect Monsieur d'Amacourt to do so," said Marie St. Jacques.
    Chapter 13 (63% in)
  • However, we also recognize that the timing can be advantageous to Monsieur Bourne, and would expect no less than that advantage.
    Chapter 13 (63% in)
  • I'm sure that won't be necessary, we're all very well paid, n'est-ce pas, monsieur?
    Chapter 13 (64% in)
  • I think you have the wrong taxi, monsieur.
    Chapter 13 (82% in)
  • Regrets, monsieur.
    Chapter 13 (82% in)
  • What is it, monsieur?
    Chapter 13 (84% in)
  • What, monsieur?
    Chapter 13 (84% in)
  • Monsieur?
    Chapter 13 (88% in)
  • What, monsieur?
    Chapter 13 (88% in)
  • You're supposed to be at the Pont Neuf, monsieur!
    Chapter 13 (90% in)
  • I meant no harm, monsieur!
    Chapter 13 (96% in)
  • I see you've gravitated to our better items, monsieur," said the woman in English, a presumption obviously based on the judgment of a practiced eye.
    Chapter 14 (32% in)
  • The ever-present and inevitable scale of values, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (33% in)
  • He will, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (34% in)
  • Think of these as the works of an emerging master, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (35% in)
  • Fourteen, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (36% in)
  • Very good sense, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (37% in)
  • Would monsieur care to sit down then?
    Chapter 14 (37% in)
  • Frankly, monsieur would care for a drink.
    Chapter 14 (37% in)
  • As to the method of payment, monsieur ... ?
    Chapter 14 (37% in)
  • As to the price range, monsieur?
    Chapter 14 (39% in)
  • This way, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (40% in)
  • "I see monsieur is taken by our rather unique switchboard," said Madame Lavier.
    Chapter 14 (46% in)
  • There are no spoors in our forest, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (48% in)
  • Do sit down, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (50% in)
  • I shan't be long, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (52% in)
  • And who are you, monsieur?
    Chapter 14 (59% in)
  • To whom, monsieur, do I have the honor of speaking?
    Chapter 14 (60% in)
  • He also tells me your name is Briggs, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (63% in)
  • 'Spoors in the forest,' monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (63% in)
  • A fine selection, Monsieur Briggs!
    Chapter 14 (65% in)
  • Another brandy, Monsieur Briggs?
    Chapter 14 (67% in)
  • "Voici la facture, monsieur," she said.
    Chapter 14 (69% in)
  • "Vingt-mille, soixante francs, monsieur," answered the Les Classiques partner, watching his reaction with the expression of a very large, wary bird.
    Chapter 14 (70% in)
  • I'm sure it is, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (73% in)
  • Monsieur, Saint-Honore by itself is often more than we can handle.
    Chapter 14 (74% in)
  • That takes considerable capital, Monsieur Briggs.
    Chapter 14 (75% in)
  • It could be produced, monsieur.
    Chapter 14 (78% in)
  • If I scream, monsieur?
    Chapter 17 (5% in)
  • It was an accommodation, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (10% in)
  • The error was in your choice, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (13% in)
  • You forget, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (22% in)
  • "We can talk, monsieur," agreed Mme. Lavier, her eyes fighting for her life.
    Chapter 17 (24% in)
  • You see that, do you not, monsieur?
    Chapter 17 (35% in)
  • All blind, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (40% in)
  • It is beyond prejudice, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (53% in)
  • As you sought them, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (68% in)
  • The alleged trap, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (81% in)
  • The wrong choice, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (83% in)
  • Je vous prie, monsieur.
    Chapter 17 (86% in)
  • In memory of your dinner at Roget's, monsieur," said an animated hostess, holding a press camera by its vertical flashbar.
    Chapter 17 (93% in)
  • Your fiancee requested it, monsieur," replied the girl, nodding her head toward the ladies' room.
    Chapter 17 (93% in)
  • The doorman at Roget's had told him a cab would take ten to fifteen minutes to arrive; why had not monsieur requested one earlier?
    Chapter 17 (97% in)
  • It's very private, monsieur.
    Chapter 21 (15% in)
  • No more than fifteen, twenty minutes, monsieur.
    Chapter 21 (16% in)
  • "Certainly, monsieur," said the driver, nodding his head, then shrugging, his movements conveying the fad that his passengers were, indeed, a cautious couple.
    Chapter 21 (25% in)
  • What would you prefer, monsieur?
    Chapter 23 (5% in)
  • You have a problem, monsieur.
    Chapter 23 (7% in)
  • A thousand ... fifteen hundred, monsieur?
    Chapter 23 (8% in)
  • In cash, monsieur?
    Chapter 23 (9% in)
  • There's no rush, monsieur.
    Chapter 23 (9% in)
  • I would prefer different language, monsieur.
    Chapter 25 (25% in)
  • They did, monsieur.
    Chapter 25 (30% in)
  • In that unlikely event, I should look to my flanks if I were you, monsieur.
    Chapter 26 (69% in)
  • You are excessively cruel, monsieur.
    Chapter 26 (73% in)
  • You're a strange man, monsieur.
    Chapter 26 (90% in)
  • Monsieur Briggs, isn't it?
    Chapter 27 (20% in)
  • What do you want, Monsieur Briggs?
    Chapter 27 (31% in)
  • What is it, monsieur?
    Chapter 27 (32% in)
  • You must be clearer, monsieur.
    Chapter 27 (34% in)
  • "It is a shock, monsieur," whispered the salesclerk, her concave body tensed, a bent, lacquered reed against the brick.
    Chapter 27 (37% in)
  • Who are you, monsieur?
    Chapter 28 (5% in)
  • Monsieur Trignon, s'il vous plaît?
    Chapter 28 (35% in)
  • Telegramme, monsieur.
    Chapter 28 (35% in)
  • Monsieur Trignon?
    Chapter 28 (38% in)
  • "Please, monsieur," protested Trignon.
    Chapter 28 (42% in)
  • Madame Trignon did not understand, but her shrill objections were stilled by a shriller Monsieur Trignon.
    Chapter 28 (44% in)
  • Now, what in God's name is this, monsieur?
    Chapter 28 (45% in)
  • Surely you're joking, monsieur!
    Chapter 28 (48% in)
  • Of course, that's a joke, monsieur.
    Chapter 28 (52% in)
  • It is a partnership, monsieur.
    Chapter 28 (53% in)
  • I wouldn't know, monsieur.
    Chapter 28 (54% in)
  • Monsieur?
    Chapter 29 (3% in)
  • But of course, monsieur.
    Chapter 29 (10% in)
  • We shall fly on the wings of blessed angels, monsieur!
    Chapter 29 (11% in)
  • "There are the spires of the Blessed Sacrament, monsieur," said the victorious driver, twelve minutes later, pointing at three soaring towers of stone through the windshield.
    Chapter 29 (11% in)
  • In church, monsieur?
    Chapter 29 (17% in)
  • What shall I do, monsieur?
    Chapter 29 (21% in)
  • All day, if you wish, monsieur.
    Chapter 29 (33% in)
  • As you wish, monsieur.
    Chapter 29 (89% in)
  • But if monsieur will please try to understand, it is past the time when I should report to the fleet garage.
    Chapter 29 (89% in)
  • Monsieur Bergeron is on a fabric search in the Mediterranean.
    Chapter 29 (98% in)
  • Monsieur Bergeron is privileged-more than you ever knew.
    Chapter 30 (16% in)
  • Mais oui, monsieur, Le Louvre.
    Chapter 30 (38% in)
  • But they wait for fares, monsieur.
    Chapter 30 (39% in)
  • What, monsieur?
    Chapter 30 (43% in)
  • I don't understand, monsieur!
    Chapter 30 (44% in)
  • "Where do you wish to go, monsieur?" asked the bewildered driver as they entered the aisle heading back toward the entrance to the Louvre.
    Chapter 30 (45% in)
  • "Why do you persist, Monsieur Bourne?" asked Villiers wearily.
    Chapter 33 (11% in)
  • You're resourceful, Monsieur Bourne.
    Chapter 33 (54% in)
  • I'm not a fool, Monsieur Bourne.
    Chapter 33 (62% in)

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