Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by twinsen, Feb 12, 2014.
What does it mean? "To have his own timetable" or "to be insane"?
'coucou' est un euphémisme pour petit avion - on parle probablement d'un proprio d'avion léger.
With no context I understand to have its own aeroplane
Edit : the sole link with Time would be a cuckoo clock...
Yeah, sure. But I'm not quite certain that it would be of any particular help.
Two guys were trying to hitch a ride on a plane that delivers mail. But it comes and goes only every two days. So they decide to try a different tack. Local boy tells them about a doctor who's got his own plane what he uses to get to his emergency patients:
"Le médecin qui vient quand quelqu'un tombe gravement malade, il a son propre coucou"
That's what he said
Yes, I guess aeroplane works!
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