him in the Oxford-Hachette French Dictionary

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him [Brit hɪm, Am hɪm] PRON When used as a direct object pronoun, him is translated by le ( l' before a vowel). Note that the object pronoun normally comes before the verb in French: I know him = je le connais; I've already seen him = je l'ai déjà vu.
In imperatives, the direct object pronoun is translated by le and comes after the verb: catch him! = attrape-le (note the hyphen).
When used as an indirect object pronoun, him is translated by lui: I've given him the book = je lui ai donné le livre; I've given it to him = je le lui ai donné.
In imperatives, the indirect object pronoun is translated by lui and comes after the verb: phone him! = téléphone-lui; give it to him = donne-le-lui (note the hyphens).
After prepositions and after the verb to be the translation is lui: she did it for him = elle l'a fait pour lui; it's him = c'est lui.

what-d'yer-call-him, what's-his-name NOUN inf

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