French Expression: Avoir une dent contre quelqu’un

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Added by August 9, 2014


Learn French, Lesson 20: Avoir, Falloir, Etre (To Have, Must, To Be)Avoir une dent contre quelqu’un. 

Nina: Oh là là, les filles! Vous n’avez pas l’air contentes…

Soso: On s’est disputées avec Pablo, on lui en veut.

Nina: Oui, maintenant vous avez une dent contre lui!

Soso/Lili: Exactement! …

Nina: Du calme, ça va passer.

To be mad at someone.

Nina: Oh la la, girls! You’re not looking happy…

Soso: We had an argument with Pablo.

Nina: And now you’re mad at him!

Soso/Lili: Exactly!

Nina: Calm down, that will pass.

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