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شو في ما في؟*

* What's there not there

Arabic | Levantine Lebanon

Standard Phrase USED Very frequently BY Anyone

A way of saying 'what's up?', typically used with friends and family or acquaintances.

"شو في ما في؟" "والله وا في شي"

"What's up?" "Nothing much"





Les doigts dans le nez*

* Fingers in the nose

French France

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Anyone

Used to describe something that is done very easily, without any difficulty. While the literal translation is not actually used by native English speakers, French speaking people sometimes use it in a humorous way in English.

“Elle a réussi son examen du permis de conduire les doigts dans le nez!”

“She passed her driving test fingers in the nose!”


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To bite the bullet

English United Kingdom

Expression USED On Occasion BY anyone

It is used when someone must do something they do not want to do. The situation or task is unavoidable, but is unpleasant.

He said, "I don't wanna tell her this awful news. It'd hurt her feelings." She responded, "Yes, but it must be done, so you just gotta 'bite the bullet.'


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