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    Expressions comprenant le mot chien


    Expressions comprenant le mot chien



    French exercise "Expressions comprenant le mot chien" created by guitarix77 with The test builder
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    1. La tombée de la nuît se dit aussi être entre chien et
    2. garder à quelqu'un un chien de sa signifie qu'on lui garde rancune et déclare qu'on se vengera
    3. La rubrique des chiens traite des faits divers. Elle est généralement confiée à des débutants
    4. La personne qui ne se sent vraiment pas bien est comme un chien.
    5. Les personnes qui se regardent avec hostilité se regardent en chiens de
    6. La personne qui a du chien a une personnalité et un physique
    7. Arriver comme un chien dans un jeu de signifie arriver inopportunément
    8. Se coucher en chien de signifie se coucher sur le côté en repliant les jambes,
    9. La personne qui souffre beaucoup ou qui a du mal à faire quelque chose dit: J'ai un de chien








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