Pourquoi Dit-on kéké ?

Pourquoi Dit-on kéké ?

Pourquoi Dit-on kéké ?

Rusé, le «kéké» ne l’est certainement pas. C’est un vantard, rien de plus. Le mot vient du Midi, où on «fait le càcou» ou «le caque, le cake, le quécou, le quéquou», explique Delphine Gaston dans son ouvrage Nos 500 expressions populaires préférées (Larousse).

Quel plouc ?

Familier. Qui a l’allure maladroite et gauche d’un paysan endimanché, qui ignore les usages.


What is the difference between C'est vrai and BOF?

  • Likewise, « cest pas faux » is sometimes used in lieu of « cest vrai ». « Bof » can perhaps be seen as the incarnation of the skeptical and pessimistic aspect of French mentality. For example, suppose you ask a French person about a trip to Africa they just returned from :

What is the meaning of BOF in French?

  • Bof in French : not interested. So a “bof” spoken with a frown is different from a “bof” with a shoulder shrug : while the latter shows lack of interest or care, the former clearly indicates unwillingness, disapproval, refusal.

What does BOF Ouais C'était pas trop mal mean?

  • « Bof, ouais c’était pas trop mal … Mais il a fait super chaud. » Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. The person starts the answer with « bof », which in this case is like saying « Well kind of … » :

Why is it called overtime BOF?

  • Historically it’s thought that this word might be linked to the acronym of Boeuf, Ouef, Fromage. All three foods were rationed during the German war-time occupation in France and black marketeers became known as BOFs. Overtime bof has lost this unscrupulous association and come to mean something quite different.

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