"Avoir le seum" - Meaning, French pronunciation

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"Avoir le seum" - Meaning, French pronunciation

📖 French definition of "Avoir le seum"

The expression "Avoir le seum" means to have a grudge, to be sad, angry. This expression is slang and should not be used in administrative or professional contexts.

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She seems to have the seume the poor one
Benoit Hamon seems to have the seum

🗣 Pronunciation "to have the seum" in French

🥳 Use in a close, familiar environment

"I'm so pissed, I missed my subway. I'm pissed."

"I'm really pissed, my brother lost my bank card. What am I going to do now?!"

"I'm pissed, Belgium lost the World Cup semi-final. The team deserved to win! "

👩🏼‍💻 Use in a professional, formal environment

The expression "having the shakes" should never be used in a professional environment.

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