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Péter Les Plombs: French Expression

Péter Les Plombs: French Expression


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Expression: Péter les plombs

Pronunciation: pay tay lay plo(n)

Meaning: to blow a fuse, hit the ceiling, flip one's lid, lose it (one's temper)

Literal translation: to blow the fuses

Register: informal

Synonym: péter une durite - "to blow a radiator hose"

Notes

The French expression péter les plombs, or péter un plomb, is just like "to blow a fuse" in English. They are both used literally in reference to electrical fuses, and figuratively when talking about getting extremely angry and flying into a rage.

Example

Quand je les ai vus ensemble, j'ai pété les plombs !

When I saw them together, I lost it!



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  2. Flavio

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  3. Vudozil

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  4. Kajikree

    I, sorry, but that certainly does not suit me. Are there other variations?



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