être à l’ouest – French expression


être à l’ouest — to be out to lunch — Mot du Jour

être à l’ouest – to be West of here. être à l’ouest, in everyday French, means to not be well in one’s mind, ‘to be out there’ or ‘to be out to lunch’.

  • «  Il est complètement à l’ouest, et pourtant, il est président de cette assoce. Incroyable !  »
    • “He is totally out to lunch, and yet, he’s the president of this association. Unbelievable !”
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