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ampoulé {adj} [style, expression]overblown {adj}
hermétique {adj} [visage, expression]inscrutable
Verbs
adoucir qc. [peau, tissu, eau, éclairage, expression]to soften sth.
s'altérer [sentiments, expression]to change
Nouns
air {m} [expression]
2
look [appearance]
air {m} [expression]expression
contenance {f}countenance [literary] [face, facial expression]
masque {m} [mine, air]countenance [facial expression]
protestation {f} [affirmation vigoureuse de ses bons sentiments]protestation [strong expression or statement of opposition]
2 Words
sans joie {adj} [vie, personne, expression]joyless
Waouh !Wow! [expression of surprise]
se glacer [expression]to freeze
3 Words
être monnaie courante [expression]to be common practice
faire un esclandre [expression]to make a scene [idiom]
tourner les talons [expression] [faire volte-face]to spin on one's heel
tourner les talons [expression] [faire volte-face]to turn on one's heel
4 Words
Ce n'est qu'une broutille. [expression]It's nothing.
Je vous en prie.Don't mention it. [Politely responding to an expression of thanks]
fourrer son nez partout [fig.] [fam.] [expression]to poke one's nose into everything [coll.] [idiom]
jurer comme un charretier [expression]to swear like a trooper [expression]
mettre qn. sous les verrous [fam.] [expression]to bust sb. [coll.] [catch, convict]
tourner à plein régime [expression]to run at full speed [fig.] [machines]
5+ Words
C'est que gît la difficulté. [expression]That's the crux of the matter.
pousser le bouchon un peu loin [expression]to carry things too far
se parer des plumes du paon [expression]to adorn oneself with borrowed plumes
semer la zizanie entre deux personnes [expression]to sow the seed / seeds of discord [idiom]
séparer le bon grain de l'ivraie [expression]to separate the wheat from the chaff [expression]
voir qn./qc. sous un autre jour [expression]to see sb./sth. in a different light [expression]
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