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What Does My French Quote Mean?
Borrowed Words and Phrases
"I'll give you a French quote that English speaking people use in everyday life today from time to time - and you select the nearest correct translation of it. Have fun :)"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
What does "À la carte" mean?
A picnic in the open air
The trolley used to carry away plague victims
On the menu with each dish priced separately
A nicely spread table of food
Do you know what "Aide-mémoire" is?
An aid to help memory
A piece of carved bedroom furniture
A secretary employed to write one's memoirs
A seeing eye dog
What is the nearest correct translation of "Art déco"?
Beautifully iced biscuits
A wedding cake
A painting of one's family
What does "Au fait" mean?
A woman called Faye
To be familiar with something
A Parisian lady of the night
A stubbed toe
Do you know what "Au gratin" means?
Queen Grace III of France
Grace said before a meal
What is the nearest correct translation of "Avant garde"?
A new innovation in some art form
Vaulting the garden fence
A beautiful garden
A new form of watering the vegetables
What does "Bête noire" mean?
One's Aunty Betty
Someone or something that is detested
A very dark night
A new form of colouring
Do you know what "Crème brûlée" means?
A sweet sherry
After shave lotion
A small piece of chocolate
What is the translation of "Cri de coeur"?
A warm bottle of milk
A new and fashionable corset
A cry from the heart
A new betrothal
What does "Double entendre" mean?
A word or phrase with a double meaning
Two dogs that look alike
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