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je l’ai envoyé paître (fam.)I sent him about his business.Rate it:

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je l’ai envoyé promener (or, fam., paître)I sent him about his business.Rate it:

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je l’ai envoyé promener (or, paître)I sent him about his business.Rate it:

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ce n’est pas à un vieux singe qu’on apprend à faire des grimaces (fam.)One does not teach one’s grandmother to suck eggs. Rate it:

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elle dit qu’elle a vingt ans.—et les mois de nourrice! (fam.)She says she is twenty.—And the rest!Rate it:

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a teneris unguiculis (ἐξ ἁπαλων ὀνύχων) (Fam. 1. 6. 2)from one's cradle, from one's earliest childhood.Rate it:

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aliquis reus fit (Fam. 13. 54)some one is accused.Rate it:

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animo mobili esse (Fam. 5. 2. 10)to be inconsistent, changeable.Rate it:

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animus meus ad dolorem obduruit (Fam. 2. 16. 1)I have become callous to all pain.Rate it:

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apud eum sic fui tamquam domi meae (Fam. 13. 69)I felt quite at home in his house.Rate it:

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avoir bon bec (fam.)To be a chatterbox; To speak well; To be able to answer back.Rate it:

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avoir la berlue (fam.)To see things which do not exist; To have a wrong idea of anything.Rate it:

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avoir le compas dans l’œil (fam.)To have a good eye for distances.Rate it:

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avoir le trac (fam.)To be funky.Rate it:

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avoir mal aux cheveux (fam.)To have a head (i.e. a head-ache in the morning after a drinking bout.)Rate it:

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avoir quelque chose pour des nèfles (fam.)To buy something for a mere song.Rate it:

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bêcher quelqu’un (fam.)To pick a person to pieces.Rate it:

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bellum componere (Fam. 10. 33)to terminate a war (by a treaty, etc.)Rate it:

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bellum conflare (Fam. 5. 2. 8)to kindle a war.Rate it:

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boire la goutte (fam.)To have a drop; To take a nip.Rate it:

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ça a sa petite volonté (fam.)It has a will of its own (in speaking of children, etc.).Rate it:

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ça ne prend pas (fam.)“That’s no go.”Rate it:

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ce n’est pas le pérou (fam.)It’s no great catch.Rate it:

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ce sont des gens tels quels (fam.)They are “no great shakes,” just ordinary people, humdrum people.Rate it:

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cela lui a coûté un argent fou (fam.)That cost him a heap of money.Rate it:

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cela lui remet du cœur au ventre (fam.)That gives him courage again.Rate it:

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cela n’est pas de refus (fam.)That is very acceptable; I won’t say no to that.Rate it:

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chauve comme mon genou (fam.)As bald as a coot, as a billiard ball.Rate it:

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connu! (fam.)That is an old tale.Rate it:

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continentem esse terrae or cum terra (Fam. 15. 2. 2)to have the same boundaries; to be coterminous.Rate it:

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croyez cela et buvez de l’eau (fam.)Do not believe that, I know it is not true; Surely you are not simple enough to believe that!Rate it:

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cumulum gaudii alicui afferre (vid. sect. V. 6) (Fam. 16. 21. 1)to add the crowning point to a person's joy.Rate it:

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c’est son père tout craché (fam.)He is the very spit (or, less fam., image) of his father.Rate it:

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c’est toujours la même rengaine (fam.)It is always the same old story.Rate it:

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c’est un raseur (fam.)He is a bore.Rate it:

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c’est une vraie cruche (fam.)She is a silly goose.Rate it:

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débarrasse-moi le plancher (fam.)Get out of my way.Rate it:

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déménager à la cloche de bois (fam.)To shoot the moon; To leave a house without paying one’s rent or one’s creditors.Rate it:

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depuis sa faillite il file un mauvais coton (fam.)Since his failure, his health (or, reputation) has entirely broken down.Rate it:

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descendere ad extrema consilia (Fam. 10. 33. 4)to have recourse to extreme measures.Rate it:

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deux s’amusent, trois s’embêtent (fam.)Two’s company, three’s none.Rate it:

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dis bene iuvantibus (Fam. 7. 20. 2)with the help of the gods.Rate it:

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edicere, ut senatus frequens adsit (Fam. 11. 6. 2)to issue a proclamation calling on the senators to assemble in full force.Rate it:

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elle fait la carpe pâmée (fam.)She turns up the whites of her eyes; She pretends to be ill; She looks like a dying duck in a thunderstorm.Rate it:

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entre quatre-z-yeux (fam.)Between ourselves.Rate it:

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entrer à l’œil dans un théâtre (fam.)To get into a theatre on the nod (i.e. gratis).Rate it:

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être à fond de cale (fam.)To be hard up, at the end of one’s resources.Rate it:

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être sur son trente-et-un (fam.)To be dressed up to the nines.Rate it:

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ex vulnere mori (Fam. 10. 33)to die of wounds.Rate it:

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exiguae copiae (Fam. 3. 3. 2)a small force.Rate it:

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