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French Québec, Canada

avoir son voyage

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(to have your holiday trip) • to be fed up with something, annoyed or disgusted. can also be used to mark astonishment ("I can't believe it!")

"Ma soeur vole toujours mes vêtements, j'en ai mon voyage!!"

"My sister always steals my clothes, I've had enough of it!"

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French Québec, Canada

cogner des clous

Expression USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(banging nails) • Used to describe the behavior of someone trying to stay awake despite being very obviously tired.

"J'ai pas dormi de la nuit, alors j'ai passé la journée à cogner des clous."

"I didn't sleep at all last night, so I spent the day struggling to stay awake"

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French Québec, Canada

NRV

Abbreviation USED Frequently BY Teens

Abbreviation for "énervé", which translates to being "annoyed" or "angry". Used in text messages by teenagers and young adults.

"Ouf, ma mère me fatigue aujourd'hui, je suis NRV!"

"Ugh my mom's getting on my nerves today, I'm so annoyed!"

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French Québec, Canada

avoir la chienne

Expression USED Very frequently BY Everyone

(to have the (female) dog) • Synonymous with being afraid, it designates a state of anxiety or fear.

"Je dois faire un discours devant l'école demain. J'ai la chienne."

"I need to do a speech in front of the school tomorrow. I'm terrified."



French Québec, Canada

ne pas lâcher la patate

Expression USED Frequently BY Almost Everyone

(don't let go of the potato) • An invitation to persevere, to not give up.

"Je serai incapable de réussir mon examen de math." "Lâche pas la patate! Tu peux y arriver!"

"There's no way I'll pass my math exam." "Don't let go of the potato! You can do it!"

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French Québec, Canada

faire du train

Expression USED Very frequently BY Almost Everyone

(to make a train) • To make a lot of noise, to make a racket. Usually used to call out people who are annoying you by making too much noise in your surroundings.

"Arrête donc de faire du train!"

"Stop making so much noise!"

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