plus mort que vif – French expression

Plus Mort Que Vif Scared To Death

plus mort que vif  – Mot du Jour

plus mort que vif – more dead than alive. plus mort que vif means ‘terrified’, ‘scared to death’, ‘petrified’.

The feminine expression is plus morte que vive.

  • « La balade en voiture lui ai fait tellement peur qu’il était plus mort que vif en sortant. »
    • The car ride had him so scared, he was petrified as he stepped out.”
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