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What does meme mean in french?
By drawing a basic comic and then making it funny.
The Meaning of 'Meme' According to the Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, a "meme" is: An image, video, story or joke that is voluntarily passed from one Internet us…er to another via e-mail, blogs and social networking sites. Considered a form of art, Internet memes are created to promote individuals, groups, movies, art, music and products, as well as to perpetrate a hoax or just be funny. They can disappear in days or last for years. Read more about this computer buzzword on Answers.com, via the Related Link.
The same thing for you, my dear (amour = love)
"To you, the same" roughly... The French tend to say "A vous de même" when Americans would say "You, too" in the following situation: Have a great day! You, too! Passez… une bonne journée! A vous de même!
and the same to you
According to Merriam-Webster, (m-w.com), the definition of memes is "an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from person to person within a culture."
always the same (person)
if you are referring to the English word "Same" then the French translation for that is "même".
it means: 'not even in dream'
He was a man that was FOREVER ALONE that spent hours on his porch yelling Y U NO do this and Y U NO do that. He was a SCUMBAG named STEVE, and had 3 DOGS - ADVICE, COURAGE, an…d INSANITY. He studied the evolution of the PHILOSIRAPTOR with his partner that was a GOOD GUY, GREG was his name. He thought "ME GUSTA" whenever he pictured his son ACCEPTING CHALLENGES.
IMPROVED: That whole first answer is ridiculous regardless of truth. This is a french forum, and your question deserved to be answered as such. Your answer is of you are an en…glish speaker, try to say mem and mam at the same time. You should come very close to the french pronunciation. I believe what you are trying to say with the second word is ma mere (my mother). 2e gen Parisien ---old answer--- "meme" - It's not just French. It's Acadian/Acadien French and we pronounce it meh-MAY. Acadian French, and it's extended offshoot, "Cajun", which itself is a mispronunciation and mispelling of the word Acadien, are both very old dialects of French. SIDE NOTE: Some English speaking person must have heard a Cajun person describe himself as "Acadien", which he would have heard as Cah-JEN, then the English speaker wrote down the word phonetically as Cah-jun. But when another English speaker sees the word Cajun, they put their emphasis rules and vowel sounds in there and you get....CAY jun. Tim Comeau 11th generation Acadian
Everyone smiles in the same language.
The English translation is I am the same me.
It means when you get the joke.