un bouchon – mot du jour
un bouchon – Mot du jour
a traffic jam – French expression
What does ” un bouchon ” mean? How do you say ‘ a traffic jam ’ 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 bouchon – a cork – In everyday French, un bouchon means ‘ a traffic jam ‘ .In everyday French though, un bouchon is a synonym of un embouteillage – a traffic jam.
- « Entre les juilletistes et les aoûtiens, y a (il y a) des bouchons tout le temps. »
- “Between the July and the August vacationers, there is no end to traffic jams.”
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