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en jeter – Mot du jour

En Jeter – Mot Du Jour

to knock someone’s socks off – French expression

What does ” en jeter ” mean? How do you say ‘ to knock someone’s socks off ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at

en jeter – some to throw. In everyday French, en jeter means ‘to impress or to be impressive’, ‘to be a knockout’, ‘to knock someone’s socks off’.

  • « Dresse la table avec le service des fêtes, ça va en jeter ! »
    • “Set the table with the holidays’ place settings, you’ll knock their socks off!”

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Tenses and Modes

  • futur proche : ça va en jeter
  • imparfait : ça en jetait
  • conditionnel présent : ça en jetterait (note the 2-T spelling change, click below to know more)

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