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What’s the meaning of “pendant à” in this context?
I’m trying to translate this sentence from French to English:
He (the city) is pendant à ce que les affaires soient rentables.
I am expecting this would translate to:
He’s waiting for [something] so that [something] is [subject]
but something doesn’t make sense. I think it would translate as something like:
He’s waiting for [something] so that things turn out the way he wants/hopes they will.
If it means that, could you explain how?
There are several possible interpretations of this phrase, and the one you mention is one of them, but it’s not the only one.
These sorts of constructions are called “pairs of twins”. It’s an ambiguous construction because it could mean that either both sides of the construction mean the same thing (pendant) or that they’re both different (à), but in this case it means that “he’s waiting for…” and “things turn out the way he wants/hopes…” are both the same thing.
It would help if we saw the French original, but I don’t have that. Anyway, I’ll translate this one for you.
Il attend que les affaires soient rentables.
That means that he is waiting for the business to be successful. Note that this isn’t in the passive voice — the subject of this sentence is “Il” — and also that this is a different meaning than your proposed translation. Your translation has it that “Il” is a potential subject, while the French original doesn’t really make clear that “Il” is the agent of the verbs.
The slightly simpler version is
He’s waiting for that the business be successful.
In this version, “he” is the agent, and we no longer assume that the subject is a passive. Also, the word “être” is often translated as “to be”, which is easier to use in this context.
More phrases with this pattern include
That’s what they’re saying, that’s what they think.
Do you think that’s right, or am I mistaken?
However, if you said
He’s waiting for that business to