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le train-train – French expression

Le Train-train – French Expression

le train-train – French expression

What does the French expression ‘ le train-train mean? How is it used in a sentence? Listen to Anne’s audio.

le train-train or le traintrain quotidien – the train-train or the daily train-train – has nothing to do with a train. It describes an uneventful daily routine, the daily grind. I’d translate it by ‘same ol’ same ol” or ‘as usual’.

  • « Alors, quoi d’neuf ? Bof, pas grand-chose, le train-train. »
  • “So, what’s up? Well, not much, same ol’ same ol’.”

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