plein à craquer – Mot du Jour

Say Pencil In French

plein à craquer – Mot du jour

packed – French expression

What does ” plein à craquer ” mean? How do you say ‘ packed ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at

plein à craquer – full at split. In everyday French, plein à craquer  means ‘crowded’, ‘full to the brim’, ‘packed’. The feminine form of PLEIN is PLEINE.

  • « La boite doit bien avoir une cinquantaine de crayons. Elle est pleine à craquer. »
    • “The box has about fifty pencils, for sure. It’s packed.”


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