Nous essayons de comprendre qui est ton superviseur.
We are trying to figure out who your handler is.
Nous essayons de recueillir des informations.
We are trying to get information about it now.
Allons-y, essayons de la soulever.
Come on, let's try to lift it.
Appelle-moi demain et essayons d'arranger quelque chose.
Call me tomorrow and let's try to arrange something.
Bon, essayons quelques mouvements de transition.
All right, let's try some moves in the field.
Locke, essayons d'être réalistes.
Mr. Locke, let's try to be a little more realistic.
Nous essayons de récolter des informations.
We are trying to get as much information for you as we can.
D'accord, essayons ça demain.
All right, well, let's try that tomorrow.
Mais nous essayons un nouveau laser médico-légal.
But we are trying a new forensic laser technique.
Mère, essayons de rester positifs.
Mama, let's try to be positive.
Oui, essayons que ça marche.
Yes, let's try to make it work.
Katya, essayons la fréquence de ces tremblements.
Katya, let's try the frequency of these quakes.
Maintenant essayons encore... avec elle.
Now let's try it again... with her.
Maintenant essayons de filtrer les rayonnements ioniques.
Now let's try filtering out the ion radiation.
Nous essayons de progresser dans d'autres domaines budgétaires.
We are trying to go further in some other areas in the budget.
Nous essayons d'éviter pareille situation.
We are trying to avoid that in this case.
Nous essayons d'économiser pour leurs études.
We are trying to save every month for their education.
Nous essayons d'établir quatre catégories qui seront financées.
We are trying to arrange that there will be four categories for which funding is available.
Maintenant, essayons d'être sérieux.
Now, let's try to be serious.
Enfin, essayons d'être positifs.
Anyway, let's try to be positive.
The U.S. Army Engineer Museum presents a chronological history of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Today, the oldest unit in the United States Army is the 101st Engineer Battalion of the Massachusetts National Guard established in 1636. Although the history of American military engineering goes back more than three hundred and fifty years, the heritage of military engineering reaches back to the earliest beginnings of organized armies. On the battlefields of ancient Mesopotamia, India, Egypt, Persia, Greece, and Rome, skilled Military Engineers laid the groundwork for the role of their modern descendants. During Europe's middle ages, the French coined the term "genie" to represent the Engineers. Over the years, "genie" evolved into the old English word "enginator" meaning one who operates the engines of war, such as siege towers, battering rams, catapults and the like. With the support of professional French Military Engineers, our young Army Corps of Engineers was created during America's War for Independence. Today, that French heritage is still seen within our Engineer Corps. The language of the Engineer - "abatis," "gabions," "fascines" and "pontons" -- has its roots in 18th century France. Even the motto of the American Engineers, "ESSAYONS," is French for "Let us try."