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On peut dire de quelqu’un qui n’aime pas beaucoup de choses qui se mangent qu’il est « difficile ». Dans le Trésor de langue française, on trouve l’acception au paragraphe B.


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"Tard" is an adverb, while "retard" is a noun. "Retard" actually means "lateness" or "delay". Some examples: It is late: Il est tard Please forgive us for this delay: Veuillez nous excuser pour ce retard To arrive late: Arriver en retard (arrive with some delay) or Arriver tard (arrive late in the evening, for example)


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Je les appellerais des fines bouches.


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It’s probably most often used in reference to an adult with super, perhaps unreasonably high standards, but someone who is “exigeant (sur la nourriture/bouffe)" is nevertheless a picky eater.


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On pourrait employer Complexité ou Exubérance



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