French language: Internationally used French phrases
[F] (ca. 1897) down with < the profiteers. [F] so long. [F] to a good cat, a good rat retaliation in kind. [F] with open mouth eagerly uncritically. [F] with open arms cordially. [F, lit., on horseback] (1832) with a leg on each side astride in such a way as to be played or chanced simultaneously on two numbers or events (as in roulette). [F] on account. [F] with sure stroke surely. [F] (1886) involving two people esp. in private <a cozy evening . (1927) privately or intimately with only two present <dined . [F] to or on the right hand. [F] to or on the left hand. [F] at great expense. [F] with closed doors. [F] under the beautiful star in the open air at night. [F] at a good time well and good all right. [F, by the bill of fare] (1826) according to a menu that prices each item separately. [F] in the French manner. , [F, in the Greek manner] (ca. 1925) served in a sauce made of olive oil, lemon juice, and several seasonings (as fennel, coriander, sage, and thyme). [F] unexpectedly.