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What's the meaning of "C'est le sancho"?

I want to know the meaning of this French expression.

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    When asking for the meaning of an expression, please provide some context. As ﺪﺪﺪ commented, both c'est le Sancho (rare, colloquial) and c'est le sang chaud are possible. – jlliagre Jun 10 at 14:55
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It's an expression from Marseille. It's like saying my brother, my dude, my man. For example, to say "this guy is a really good friend" you can say "lui c'est le sancho".

I hope it helps!

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Cette expression n'existe pas.

Je pense qu'il s'agit de : « Avoir le sang chaud », qui signifie « s’emporter facilement. »

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Without any context, here my two cents (not native speaker). It may refer to the football player

Jadon Malik Sancho. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jadon_Sancho

It may also refer to Sancho Pança (from Don Quichotte).

But it would be "C'est Sancho' without the definite article.

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