Discussion in 'French-English Vocabulary / Vocabulaire Français-Anglais' started by sarahgk, Nov 10, 2008.
What does this mean exactly:
"il est le réalisateur le plus côté de l'amérique"
Here, the right spelling is coté (having nothing to do with côté which means side)
maybe: the most popular director
Do people say that often in french for popular?
On second thought, another meaning could be "appreciated", whose value is recognised.
It can be applied to an object, a place, a person.
It is fairly often used.
OK then, thanks melu, I will learn it then!
I understand it as the most highly rated.
In this context, then, it might be better to say "the most respected," or "the most admired."
I would say bankable
You may be right. If coté is used in this sense :
Separate names with a comma.