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un tocard – French expression

un tocard - French expression


Michel Blanc en tocard dans "Les bronzés font du ski".

What does the French expression ‘ un tocard ’ mean? How is it used in a sentence? Listen to Annes’ audio and learn French today.

The word tocard can be an adjective or a noun. As a adjective, it means kind of ugly, not very nice looking. But most of its use is as a noun. Un tocard is a loser. It is sometimes spelled toquard.

  • « Pauvre keume, il [n'] arrête pas de se planter. C'est vraiment un tocard. »
  • "Poor guy, he keeps on failing. He's such a loser."

Related: Verlan . Méli-mélo d’expressions . Lost in translation . First french words . English words in French .


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