les choses comme elles viennent – French expression


prendre les choses comme elles viennent — to take things with serenity — Mot du Jour

prendre les choses comme elles viennent – to take the things as they come. In everyday French, prendre les choses comme elles viennent means ‘with dignity, with serenity’.

  • « Depuis mon licenciement, je prends plus les choses comme elles viennent. »
    • “Since my being fired, I take things with more serenity.”
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