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English idioms in other languages

Below you find a list of idioms in other languages. You can click to see only English-French idioms, English-German idioms, English-Spanish idioms, English-Dutch idioms or English-Italian idioms.

To have a change of heart in French

“To have a change of heart” in French means “avoir un changement de cœur”. However, in French one wo…

A storm in a tea cup in French..

Une tempête dans un verre d'eau” en anglais

The straw that broke the camel’s back in French refers to a vase.

The straw that broke the camel's back in French, and other French English idioms

If you see stars in French, you see thirty-six candles

To see stars en français

To call a spade a spade in French means to call a cat.

To call a spade a spade in French/en français

A frog in the throat in French is less slimy.

To have a frog in the throat in French – en français

To leave no stone unturned in French stirs sky and earth.

To leave no stone unturned in French – en français

Goose pimples in French is nothing for chicken.

To have goose pimples en français- in French

Its raining cats and dogs and … ropes

It's raining cats and dogs in French/en français

To have a change of heart in French you need a weapon

Everyone is looking to lose weight these days, but most people miss the one key to just how easy it …

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