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sacré personnage – Mot du jour

Sacré Personnage – Mot Du Jour

quite a character – French expression

What does ” un sacré personnage ” mean? How do you say ‘ quite a character ’ in French? How is it pronounced? How is it used in a French sentence? Listen to Anne, a French native say it at FrenchHour.com.

un sacré personnage – a sacred character. In everyday French, un sacré personnage means that a person is impressive. I’d translate it as ‘a hell of a man’, or ‘quite a character’ in English.

  • « Je pense qu’il va gagner les élections. C’est un sacré personnage qui n’a peur de rien. »
    • “I think he’ll win the elections. He is quite a character who isn’t afraid of anything.”

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