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C'est la vie's Word of the Week from CBC Radio: Episodes

Guest host Elizabeth Robertson and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "train", which means train and pace.
Elizabeth and Johanne discuss "combinaison", which means combination, scheme, trick, suit, slip, and overalls.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "crever", which means to burst, to puncture and to gouge.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "découvrir", which means to discover.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "parfum" which means perfume, and "parfumer," which means to perfume, to scent, to flavour.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "appeler", which means to call.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "bosse", which means bump, hump and lump.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "cas", which means case.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "yeux, which means eyes.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "pot", which means jar, pot, and can. It also means luck.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "bête", which means animal, insect, creature and beast.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "volant", which means steering wheel. The adjective, "volant(e)", means flying.
Bernard and Johanne discuss "repasser", which means a number of things, including to iron and to come back again.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "tas", which means heap or pile.
Guest host Nancy Wood and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "travers". "Un travers" means failing or fault. "À travers" or "au travers" means through. And "de travers" means crooked or askew.
Bernard St-Laurent and Johanne Blais discuss "rue", which means street.
Bernard St-Laurent and Johanne Blais discuss "grave", which means serious, grave and deep.
Bernard St-Laurent and Johanne Blais talk about "arrêter", which means to stop.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "ronger", which means to gnaw or eat away at.
Host Bernard St-Laurent and Word Lady Johanne Blais discuss "route", which means road, way and journey.
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