ne pas voir en peinture – French expression

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ne pas voir en peinture — can’t stand — Mot du Jour

ne pas voir en peinture – to not see in painting. In everyday French, ne pas voir en peinture means to not be able to stand, I can’t stand, I hate the sight of…

  • « J’ai hâte de déménager. J’peux plus voir cette maison en peinture. »
    • “I can’t wait to move. I can’t stand this house anymore.”
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