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Un proverbe est une formule langagière de portée générale contenant une morale ou une vérité d'expérience que l'on juge utile de rappeler, une maxime populaire. Utilisez ce tag pour vos questions à propos des proverbes.

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Is there a French equivalent to the English phrase "Cloud Cuckoo Land"? This noun phrase is used to describe an imaginary place that a person is in when they the speaker believes that they're hoping …
asked Sep 9 '11 by Jez
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One common paraphrasing of this idiom I've seen is "en revanche", which basically means "on the other hand".
answered Aug 24 '11 by Jez
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In English, there's the expression "like two peas in a pod", which refers to two things—often people—that are very similar to each other. For example, you might say: We liked the same places, the …
asked Sep 5 '11 by Jez
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A common expression in English is, “it's not over until the fat lady sings”. This idiom carries a meaning which is hard to express in French - it basically means that some situation is not yet comple …
asked Aug 17 '11 by Jez