trouble-fête translation | French-English dictionary




      nmf inv   spoilsport
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
trouble-fête n.
spoilsport ; spoilsports (pl)

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'trouble-fête' found in translations in English-French dictionary
jouer les trouble-fête
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"trouble-fête": examples and translations in context
Désolé d'être un trouble-fête Omar. Il est l'heure de partir à l'aéroport. Sorry to be a spoilsport Omar... it's time to leave for the airport...
La fête va commencer ! Ne joue pas le trouble-fête. The celebrations are about to begin, don't be a spoilsport.
Voici venir le trouble-fête - Quoi? Here comes the spoilsport. - What?
Je suis en période d'essai, je ne vais pas faire le trouble-fête. I'm here in a probationary situation and I'm not rocking the boat.
Promets moi juste que tu ne feras rien pour jouer les trouble-fête entre Ted et Kristin Just promise me you won't do anything to rock the boat with Ted and Kristin.
Imaginez-les par milliers devant l'église. Ce sont de vrais trouble-fête. When they gather before the church by the thousands, it won't be a festive sight.
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