Get the vo­cab: casse­role

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The English word casse­role takes its mean­ing from the name of the pan that the dish is cooked in. While its main mean­ing is saucepan or pan, casse­role can also mean out of tune ( chanter comme une casse­role means to sing off-key) and also a scan­dal/dis­grace. Passer à la casse­role means to go through hell.

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