du jour au lendemain – French expression

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du jour au lendemain – overnight – French expression – Mot du Jour

du jour au lendemain – from day to next day. In everyday French, du jour au lendemain means ‘suddenly’, ‘from one day to the next’, ‘overnight’.

  • « Ces pierres debout doivent bien peser une tonne. La construction ne s’est sûrement pas faite du jour au lendemain. »
    • ‘These standing stones must weigh a ton. The construction certainly didn’t happen overnight.’
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