un cauchemar - French expression
What does the French expression un cauchemar mean? How is it used in a sentence? Listen to Anne audio.
un cauchemar means ‘a nightmare’. Use FAIRE – 'to do', rather than 'to have' with dreams: faire un rêve – to have a dream, faire un cauchemar – to have a nightmare.
- « Trouver des cadeaux pour les fêtes, c'est un vrai cauchemar. »
“Finding presents for the holidays is a real nightmare.”
Try using this expression at least once today.
Related: FAIRE . Why is TROUVER (-ER) translated as FINDING (-ING) ? .
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