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"Do you happen to know how pile has also come to mean the tails side of a coin?"

stu harris replied Jan 4, 2013 to une pile, un tas

4 Jan 4, 2013
Reply by George Hunt

"Perhaps the best english equivalent is "...to have his conviction overturned in ligh…"

stu harris replied Dec 24, 2012 to 'une procédure de révision.

16 Jan 7, 2013
Reply by Pete Laubscher

"The bûche de Noel can also be a choc cake, n'est-ce pas?"

stu harris replied Dec 17, 2012 to Spotlight: Christmas vocab in French

5 Dec 22, 2012
Reply by Neil Coffey

Key Student

"Bear in mind that genre in modern French slang is exactly equivalent to like in Engl…"

stu harris replied Nov 14, 2012 to meaning of this french extract?

6 Dec 5, 2012
Reply by Jan Loose

Key Student

"Here's my free translation: They have a few spots on their record, such as Henry Ki…"

stu harris replied Oct 17, 2012 to help with the understanding of this french extract

7 Oct 17, 2012
Reply by stu harris

"Should qu'on in my version have been que l'on? If so, why please?"

stu harris replied Oct 11, 2012 to better the devil you know

4 Oct 11, 2012
Reply by Neil Coffey

"Literally it would be "Mieux le diable qu'on connait que celui qu'on connait pas" bu…"

stu harris replied Oct 11, 2012 to better the devil you know

4 Oct 11, 2012
Reply by Neil Coffey

Key Student

"That sounds ok as long as "they" refers to people. I doubt if it would be right for…"

stu harris replied Sep 8, 2012 to help with "faire le même constat"

4 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Peter En

Key Student

"You can use this expression where you might say in English "I noticed that too" or "…"

stu harris replied Sep 4, 2012 to help with "faire le même constat"

4 Sep 9, 2012
Reply by Peter En

"I think dépister simply means diagnosed."

stu harris replied Aug 17, 2012 to la dingue

3 Aug 20, 2012
Reply by joeeoj

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