Which French phrase commonly used in English essentially means, "a social blunder?"
- A. apropos
- B. bon voyage
- C. faux pas
- D. laissez-faire
72% of players knew the correct answer: C., faux pas
Literally meaning a "false step," a faux pas is a socially awkward mistake, or error in etiquette, such as burping in public, or talking on a cellphone during a movie.
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