What does bizarre mean in french?
"Weird" or "bizarre".
bizarre means weird in English - and in French.
For some bizarre reason it means "My broken smile" in French
Freaky in french is: Bizarre
Tu es bizarre. tu es / vous êtes bizarre
bizarre étrange surnaturel mystérieux curieux singulier fantastique bizarre
if its i am freaky, then you say "Je suis bizarre" but if its you are freaky, then you say "Tu es bizarre" ! (:
vous êtes bizarre
'tu es bizarre'
tu es bizarre, vous êtes bizarre(s) Vous êtes étrange.
"you're weird" is translated "tu es bizarre" in French
The same as English, it's just pronounced differently.
C'est un nom bizarre
tu es un type tellement bizarre
'je suis grand, je suis bizarre'
Tres (with an accent grave over the e) bizarre
'un frÃ¨re bizarre'.
"That's Bizarre" generally means "Very Strange" or "Unusual". It can also mean "Out of the ordinary" or "Out of place". Similar words to Bizarre are: - Strange - Eccentric - Extraordinary - Far-out - Freaky - Ludicrous - Marvellous - Peculiar - Unusual - Weird and wonderful - Wild
weird or bizarre humor...basically it was what u said or how u look that's weird or bizarre in a way..
what is bizrre food comdiation mean
j´ai pensé que c´était bizarre.
Bizarre' in fact has no prefix, although a quick glance suggests that it can be etymologically divided into 'bi' and 'zarre.' Instead, however, it entered into English from French perhaps as early as the 1600s, with French quite possibly receiving it much further back via Italian's 'bizarro.'
Translation: excessivement bizarre mais toujours drôle
the book is strange
You are so bizarre. Bizarre means weird. um ... excuse don't call me bizarre.
Moi je dirais "diable singe" ... mdr comme c'est bizarre!
It is French, ultimately either from a Basque word for "beard" (Spanish soldiers, who were bearded, were a shock to the French) or from an Italian word meaning "angry and fierce".
Bizarre goes by Peter S. Bizarre, and Bizzy.
it would look ... is translated "ça aurait l'air ..." or "ça semblerait ..." in French. It would look odd > ça aurait l'air bizarre
from ancient times and outdated
odd,unusual, or unexpected
"Bonne nuit avec" means "good night with" in French. Aime is a verbal form of "aimer", meaning to love. The whole might be a bizarre software translation from "good night with love"
The word bizarre does not have a prefix
Bizarre is 5' 11".
"Weirdo" is a slang term used in the U.S. You could say "weird person" which would be "bizarre personne."
the way the alien ship from space landed in my backyard was bizarre
very strange or unusual
You mean this? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oPxa3C3iu0
I went to the Bazaar today and it was the most bizarre bazaar I've ever been to. Afterward, I went to the biz-zar get a biz-eer or two. They were playing "HOW BIZARRE" over the jukebox and I thought, "How bizarre that they would be playing How Bizarre after I've just had a bizarre day at the bazaar!"
Dictionary.com lists the English word 'bizarre' as coming from French sometime around the mid-1600s. Originally meaning "handsome, brave," the French word came to mean "odd, fantastic." Additional etymology reports indicate that the word could have roots in the Italian bizarro, which means "angry, fierce."
Yes bizarre and bazaar are homophones.
Your hairline is very bizarre this evening.
The antonym of bizarre is mundane.
Bizarre was born on July 5, 1976.
Bizarre Inc was created in 1989.
Empire Bizarre was created in 1987.
Bizarre group of Companies is a well planned industry in India. Now Bizarre doing retail Business.
No bizarre is not a noun. A noun is a person place or thing. Bizarre is an adjective. An adjective is a word used to describe a noun.