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In restaurants it refers to ordering individual dishes rather than a fixed-price meal. After me, the deluge », a remark attributed to Louis XV of France in reference to the impending end of a functioning French monarchy and predicting the French Revolution. In a natural state: an au naturel hairstyle. The expression literally means « before the letter », i. The French modern form of this expression is avant l’heure.
French bread » or « French stick » in the United Kingdom. Ann in British World War I slang. A small, prepared and usually decorative food, held in the fingers and often eaten in one bite. In French, it can also refer to a « sofa ». Though either foreign expression can be used to say that life is harsh but that one must accept it, the former may imply a more deliberate cause thereof, while the latter, more accidental.