ras le bol – French expression

How To You Say Bowl In French

en avoir ras le bol de – to be sick and tired of – French expression – Mot du Jour

en avoir ras le bol de – it to have cropped the bowl of. In everyday French, en avoir ras le bol de is an idiomatic expression that means ‘to be fed up with’, ‘to be sick and tired of’.

Notice that, in this expression, AVOIR (in French) is TO BE (in English), not TO HAVE. Click below to study more.

  • « J’ai chaud, j’ai faim et j’ai soif. J’en ai ras le bol d’attendre. »
    • I’m hot, I’m hungry and I’m thirsty. I’m sick and tired of waiting.’
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    1. Mais bien sûr, Mike. SOIF veut dire THIRSTY seulement. Merci à vous, et bonne journée française. — But of course, Mike. SOIF means THIRSTY only. Thank you, and have a good French day.

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