Get the vo­cab: pois­son

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Mean­ing fish, pois­son is used in many French phrases. Faire une queue de pois­son à qqn means to cut in front of some­body when driv­ing. Finir en queue de pois­son means to fiz­zle out and noyer le pois­son means to con­fuse the is­sue. The French equiv­a­lent of tak­ing to some­thing like a duck to wa­ter is comme un pois­son dans l’eau.

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