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Common uses of this word are in the phrases the belle of the ball (the most beautiful woman or girl present at a function) and southern belle (a beautiful woman from the southern states of the US) belles-lettres literally "fine letters"; literature regarded for its aesthetic value rather than its didactic or informative content; also, light, stylish writings, usually on literary or intellectual subjects bien fait !
literally "well done"; used to express schadenfreude when someone is well-deservedly punished bien pensant literally "well thinking"; right thinking, orthodox.
bonjour "good day", the usual greeting bonne chance "good luck" (as in, 'I wish you good luck') les boules (vulgar) literally "the balls"; meaning that whatever you are talking about is dreadful bourgeois member of the bourgeoisie. chacun ses gots / chacun ses gots / chacun son got / chacun son got [all are used] "to each his (their) own taste(s)" or "each to his own taste".
dnouement the end result drailleur a bicycle gear-shift mechanism dernier cri the latest fashion; literally "latest scream" derrire rear; buttocks; literally "behind" dshabill partially clad or scantily dressed; also a special type of garment.blas unimpressed with something because of over-familiarity, jaded.bon apptit literally "good appetite"; enjoy your meal bon mot well-chosen word(s), particularly a witty remark bon vivant one who enjoys the good life, an epicurean bon voyage have a good trip! Ceux qui rient le vendredi, pleureront le dimanche Those who laugh on Friday will cry on Sunday.cuisine minceur gourmet cooking for staying thin cul-de-sac a dead-end (residential) street; literally "bottom (buttocks) of the bag". D d'accord in accord; agreed; sure; OK; of course de nouveau again; anew. de novo de rgle according to custom; de rigueur required or expected, especially in fashion or etiquette de trop excessive, "too much" dclass of inferior social status dcollet a woman's garment with a low-cut neckline that exposes cleavage, or a situation in which a woman's chest or cleavage is exposed; dcolletage is dealt with below.
Around 28% of English vocabulary is of French or Ol language origin, most derived from, or transmitted by, the Anglo-Norman spoken by the upper classes in England for several hundred years after the Norman Conquest, before the language settled into what became Modern English.