What does "Il a du culot" mean? ?

It's a phrase used in the play Au Revoir, les Enfants, and I can't figure out exactly what it means

3 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    "Il a du culot" is a French idiomatic expression meaning "He's bold" or "He's got nerve."

    Source(s): I'm a Montreal Anglophone
  • 1 decade ago

    I translated it through Yahoo! Babel Fish Translator, and the exact words it gave me were IT HAS BASE. Now, I don't know any French, so I have no clue if this is even close. I've used the same translator and translated things in Spanish before and it seems to come out kind of choppy, but I hope this is right!

    Source(s): Yahoo! Babel Fish Translator Hope I could help :)
  • 1 decade ago

    I believe it's something along the lines of "He's got nerve"

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