franaise4 says that un dj vu (a feeling of something already seen) can be used but not un dj entendu or un. Rle a part or function of a person in a situation or an actor in a play roman clef "novel with a key" : an account of actual persons, places or events in fictional guise rou an openly debauched, lecherous older man roux a cooked. Bonjour "good day the usual greeting bonne chance "good luck" (as in, 'I wish you good luck les boules (vulgar) literally "the balls meaning that whatever you are talking about is dreadful bourgeois member of the bourgeoisie. Je m'en fous "I don't give a damn / a fuck". No known etymology, though it was already used in the 13th century in the Roman de la rose. Jumped ; quickly fry in a small amount of oil.
Edit D d'accord in accord; agreed; sure; OK; of course de nouveau again; anew. For the conventional use of the term, see Appellation d'origine contrle aprs moi, le dluge literally: After me, the deluge; remark attributed to Louis codice coupon stockisti XV of France; used in reference to the impending end of a functioning French monarchy and predicting the French Revolution. More enthusiastic than the cause deserves pomme apple porte cochre an architectural term referring to a kind of porch or portico-like structure. Claque a group of admirers; in old French, the claque was a group of people paid to applaud or disturb a piece at the theater; in modern French, it means "a slap "clique" is used in this sense (but in a pejorative way). Foible a minor weakness or quirkiness. Also used colloquially in reference to something on fire or burned. Insouciant/e a nonchalant man/woman ingnu/e an innocent young man/woman, used particularly in reference to a theatrical stock character who is entirely virginal and wholesome. In French, it means someone who emigrated. Haute cole advanced horsemanship; literally "upper school" hauteur arrogance; lit. The French meaning is broader; "liaison" also means bond such as in "une liaison chimique" (a chemical bond) Libert, galit, Fraternit "Liberty, Equality, Brotherhood" (motto of the French Republic) lieu from Latin locus place in lieu of: "instead of "in the place of". Comme il faut "as it must be" : in accord with conventions or accepted standards; proper.