Today we’ll look at an expression that you’d commonly hear in spoken French but rarely see in the textbooks: En avoir ras le bol, meaning “to be really fed up”. Keep reading and we’ll explain the literal translation. en avoir ras le bol to be really fed up
French is full of lots of fun and colorful expressions. Today we’ll look at one of my all time favorites: Pisser dans un violon (literal translation: “to piss in a violin”). Meanings of this expression mean “to waste your breath” and “to talk to a wall”. An English equivalent to this expression is “to piss …
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