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à tout bout du champ

The French expression “à tout bout du champ” translates literally to “at every end of the field”.

English meanings:

  • all the time
  • at every turn
  • time and time again

French meanings:

  • tout le temps, très souventall the time, very often

Example sentence:

  • Ce que j’aime chez les francais, c’est qu’ils me corrigent quand je fais des fautes de grammaire à tout bout du champ. What I like about French people is that they correct me all the time when I make grammatical mistakes.


  • à chaque instant – Lit: At each instant
  • à chaque propos – Lit – At each subject

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