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What is the meaning of 'moi avoir besain de eau'?
This means your scent will be heavier- a perfume. Eau de Toilette means your scent will be lighter- a body mist
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Spray it on the back of your neck, the front of your neck, and on your wrists. Spray a little bit the palm of your hand, dab it on your finger tips, and rub it into your… temples.
What is the meaning and differences between perfume extrac eau de parfum eau de toilette eau de cologne and eau de solide?
Answer Eau de Cologne (EdC) Eau de Cologne is a local trademark for "Kölnisch Wasser" Cologne, Germany. EdC is the term used today to refer to a perfume solu…tion with ~ 3%-5% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Toilette (EdT) ~ 6-10% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Parfum (EdP) ~ 11-15% essential oils in an alcohol and water base. Eau de Solide and Edition S (EdS) ~1% essential oils in an alcohol and water base are a new kind of perfumes since 1994. ~1% essential oils in a liquid wax base are perfume, lip balm and skin care at once. EdS is a trademark for EdS-Parfums. Extrait Perfume Perfume, or parfum, as it is sometimes called, is the highest concentration of essential oils, with ~ 20-40% essential oils in an alcohol and water base.
"eau de toilette" is a variety of light-scented perfume, less concentrated as it has been diluted with ethanol or a similar alcohol.
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Parfum has a much longer lasting smell whereas Toilette last only temporarily.
They're the same thing. Just different spellings.
The best time to use either is right after shower after towelling dry the body. Spray onto the body and the axillary/armpit for a longer lasting scent.
"amante de moi" means literally 'lover of me'
The meaning of eau de toilette pour homme means toilet water for men in English. This phrase is often seen on cologne bottles.
qu'est-ce que vous pensez de moi ? means 'what do you think of me ?' in French.
" To have " is the most common meaning of the French infinitive avoir . Specifically, avoir is an important verb to know in French. For example, it is one of two verbs -…- along with Ãª tre ("to be") -- which serve as the auxiliary part of the verb in compound tenses: J'ai fait ... ("I have done/made..."). It also may be found in many colloquial, idiomatic or special use situations: J'ai vingt ans ... ("I have 20 years" = "I am 20 years old").
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De toi à moi means From you to me literally, but it implies that you are telling something to someone else.