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faire le grand écart is to be torn between

faire le grand écart – to do the big gap or to do the split. faire le grand écart means ‘to be torn between.’

  • « Il fait toujours le grand écart entre vivre à Paris et vivre aux Baux-de-Provence. »
    “He’s still torn between living in Paris and living in Baux-de-Provence.”

présent :  je fais le grand écart, nous faisons le grand écart

imparfait :  je faisais le grand écart, nous faisions le grand écart

futur :  je ferai le grand écart, nous ferons le grand écart

Related:  About Paris . Baux de Provence . Méli-mélo d’expressions . Lost in translation . First french words . English words in French .

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