French language: what does it mean to be called 'Arthur'?

Every been called an 'Arthur' in France? Explore what it means in this month's French Language Notes feature.
Every been called an 'Arthur' in France? Explore what it means in this month's French Language Notes feature.

In this month's French Language Notes feature, we explore what it means to be called 'Arthur'.

Another Covid-19 confinement buzzword

Among the many buzzwords used in the French media during the Covid-19 home confinement period was ‘couvre-feu’, meaning curfew. It was used in particular with reference to night-time traffic-banning measures imposed in certain towns and cities. When translated literally from the French, ...

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