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Korean South Korea


Slang USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • It means a meal of chicken and beer.

"올림픽 기간 동안 치맥 판매가 늘었다."

"The sales of chimaek have increased during the Olympics."


French France


Idiom USED On Occasion BY Everybody

(knitting) • The action a cat does when it pulls its paws one after the other when it's happy and calm. Known in English as making biscuits

"Regarde le chat, il est trop mignon il tricote."

"Look at the cat, it's so cute it's making biscuits."



Japanese Japan


Interjection USED Frequently BY Young People

(interj.) • It means cool or great and is often used when reacting to something you see/hear and appreciate


This film is amazing!

French France

C'est pas Versailles ici!

Expression USED Frequently BY Parents and grandparents

(It's not Versailles in here) • Typically used by parents when their children leave a room but forget to turn off the light or if they use electricity in a wasteful way. Reference to the Palace of Versailles.

"Éteins la lumière quand tu sors de ta chambre, c'est pas Versailles ici!"

"Turn off the lights when go out of your room, we're not in Versailles here!"

Confirmed by 9 people

French France


Slang USED On Occasion BY Young People

(adj.) • Verlan (slang where syllables of words are inversed) for "louche", meaning weird or odd.

"Elle m'a dit qu'elle viendrait à la fête vendredi." "C'est chelou elle m'a dit le contraire."

"She told me she'd come to the party on Friday." "That's odd, she told me the opposite."

Confirmed by 4 people


French France

touche du bois

Expression USED Frequently BY Everyone

(touch wood) • An expression used when something that's been said might bring bad luck and to counteract this bad luck you have to touch wood.

"Je n'ai jamais eu de problème avec ma voiture." "Touche du bois."

"I never have any problems with my car." "Touch wood."

Confirmed by 4 people