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What is this informal greeting in French containing “forme” and similar to “what's up”?

I often listen to a phrase that has “tu” and “forme” in it which is used as an informal greeting in the sense of “What's up”. Can you remind it, please? This question is linked but I do not find the ...
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Comment traduire « what the fuck » ?

Je ne demande pas ici un éclaicissement du sens de la locution. Je la rencontre, comme tout lecteur d'articles anglophones sur le web, assez souvent, exprimant une interrogation mélée selon le ...
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2answers
712 views

Souler: other meanings than “to get drunk”?

My French penpal has introduced this verb to me with some more “slang” contexts and I'm still trying to figure out good translations to English to better understand the use of it. I'd appreciate any ...
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2answers
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Which are the French expressions close to “Being Pissed”?

It's really common to use the slang “Pissed” in English. For example, “He gets pissed really fast”, “I am pissed with him” etc. What are the common expressions equivalent of “Piss”?
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9answers
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Comment traduire « I don't care » ou « That does not concern me » ?

Souvent, j'ai le sentiment que je me suis trompé de registre pour ces phrases. Il y a trois traductions que je connais : Je me soucie de cette situation. (courant : I care about this situation / ...
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9answers
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Comment traduire « freak » ?

Le dictionnaire donne « monstre » et « phénomène » pour la traduction mais je trouve ces termes excessifs dans la phrase « You're such a freak ». En français, on dit parfois « tu es un cas » mais je ...