faire un faux plan à quelq'un

osteoporosis

Senior Member
English - Canadian
"Elle m'a fait un faux plan."

I am not sure I understand the exact meaning. Does it mean to stand someone up or simply to cancel a meeting? Or something else?

Thanks!
 
  • Marronnier

    Senior Member
    English
    Without any additional context, I'd suggest it means mislead in some way or another. Could be stood up, I guess.
     

    Kecha

    Senior Member
    French (France)
    Either she stood him up, or she suggested doing something ridiculous that sounds like a bad idea, and/or is way more complicated than it should be. Without context, it's hard to know.
     
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