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MyListof 200French idioms TopFrenchFunnyPhrases ThatWillMakeYouLaugh! J'adore Lyon by Shopaholicfromhome by ShopaholicFromHome who J'adore Lyon & France



My List of 200 French idioms
1 bon entendeur salut Road to the wise a piece of
advice You have been warned
2 la c te On the rocks referring to someone living on the
edge being down and out having hard times
3 la fin enough to illustrate that the speaker is out of
patience
4 la mords moi le noeud le doigt le jonc le pif A
cowboy job a little serious and not well done job that you
cannot count on
5 vos souhaits Bless you
6 la c te On the rocks go to rack and ruin
7 Aller comme un gant fit like a glove
8 Appeler un chat un chat calling a cat a cat talk about the
bad situation as it is very bluntly
9 Arriver comme un cheveu sur la soupe arrive like the hair in
a soup enter a situation at the most awkward moment
possible
10 Au diable vauvert in the middle of nowhere
11 Autant au temps pour moi My bad My mistake
12 Avoir des fourmis dans le pied ants in one s foot have
pins and needles waiting nervously for something to happen
13 Avoir du bl have wheat be loaded
14 Avoir du bol to have a bowl be lucky
15 Avoir du piston to have some piston have a friend at
court
16 Avoir l estomac dans les talons to have one s stomach in
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17 Avoir la gueule de bois to have a face of wood to have
a hangover
18 Avoir la main verte to have the green hand have a
green thumb to have an ability to grow plans be good at
gardening
19 Avoir le cafard to have the beetle be down in the
dumps be unhappy
20 Avoir le c ur sur la main to have the heart on the
hand to be generous
21 Avoir le cul bord de nouilles to have the ass surrounded
by noodles to be lucky
22 Avoir un chat dans la gorge to have a cat in the throat
have a frog in one s throat to have difficulty speaking
24 Avoir un c ur d artichaut to have an artichoke heart
to fall in love too easily
25 Avoir un petit creux J ai un petit creux I am peckish
feeling peckish
26 Avoir un poil dans la main to have a hair in the hand
to be a lazybones
27 Avoir le melon to have a melon be sure of oneself
28 Baisser les bras to lower the arms throw in the towel
give up
29 Bas de gamme bottom of range low end
low quality
30 B tir des ch teaux en Espagne to build
castles in Spain build castles in the air daydream
make plans that can never come true
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31 B ton de mar chal one field marshal s baton the
highest level one can rise to one s limit
32 Battre comme Pl tre beat someone flat beat the
living daylights out of someone
33 Battre froid quelqu un beat cold to someone give
someone the cold shoulder
33 Bayer aux corneilles to gape to crows have head in
the clouds stand gaping dreaming
34 Bel et bien beautiful and good well and truly
definitively completely altogether
35 Belle comme un canon beautiful as a canon beautiful
girl
36 la Beuh le Shit to describe different terms for
marijuana the drugs like Cannabis Mary Jane weed
37 Bien conduire sa barque drive one s boat well handle
oneself well do all right
38 Bien en chair good in flesh well padded plump
39 Bien mener sa barque manage one s boat well handle
oneself well do all right
40 Bien roul e well endowed stacked
41 Boire comme un trou drink like a hole drink a lot they
never stop even if they should
42 Boire comme une ponge drink like a fish
43 Boire sec be a heavy drinker
44 Bomber le torse swagger puff out one s chest
45 Bon vent Bon voyage Get lost
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46 Bouche b e agape stunned
47 Bouche cousue not a word mum s the word
48 Bourrer le cr ne brainwash stuff someone s head with
ideas
49 Bourrer le mou take somebody in have somebody on
50 Boute en train m life of the party live wire
51 Brancher connect put in touch se brancher means to like
52 Branler dans le manche be shaky totter
53 Bras dessus bras dessous arm in arm
54 Bras droit right hand man
55 Brasser les affaires wheel and deal to do a lot of business
56 Bref means in short when you want to make a long story
short and get to the point
57 Briller par son absence be conspicuous by one s absence
58 Brouiller les cartes cloud an issue confuse the situation
59 Broyer du noir be down in the dumps have the blues feel
down
60 Br ler d envie de be eager to be spoiling for
60 Br ler d envie de be eager to be spoiling for
61 Br ler les tapes go without stopping go faster than
expected ake rapid progress
62 Br ler une feu rouge run a red light
63 C est la cerise sur le g teau the cherry on the cake
that s the icing on the cake a small details
which adds a lot of value
64 C est dommage that s a shame that s too bad
65 C est Parti Let s go or let s get started
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