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Pourquoi dit-on « c'est juste magnifique » ?

C'est parfaitement exact. L'adjectif juste employé adverbialement ne peut en aucun cas, selon la syntaxe de notre langue, précéder un adjectif. Cet usage erroné est tout à fait récent et à été ...
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What's the difference, if any, between "verser en pluie" and "verser lentement"?

In my understanding, you could verser lentement but still in big batches (imagine holding a bag of flour slightly tipped). En pluie though, you pour mainly small elements like a rain. This way you ...
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What's the difference, if any, between "verser en pluie" and "saupoudrer"?

The operation is the same in both cases. Saupoudrer implies that what is poured is dry, powder-like, (typically salt as the verb etymology is sau, i.e. sel + poudrer), pepper, sugar, spice in powder, ...
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What's the difference, if any, between "verser en pluie" and "verser lentement"?

Verser lentement describes the flow (the amount of product poured per unit of time is low) while verser en pluie describes how it is poured, in that case to as large a surface of the pan as possible. ...
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