X € solide

telletubby

Senior Member
X€ hors boisson mais y€ solide
Nous sommes encore une fois dans les menus. 'Hors boisson' ça se comprend mais je n'arrive pas à comprendre 'mais y€ solide.' J'ai pensé que peut-être ça voulait dire le prix du menu de base sans boissons mais on a ce prix déjà.

Si quelqu'un pourrait m'aider j'en serais reconnaissant!
 
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  • telletubby

    Senior Member
    Mmm, OK but since 'x' is in fact greater than 'y' that doesn't really work. I thought it might be a typo and what they meant was that 'x' (the higher price) actually included drinks but the basic menu price 'y', was for the 'corps' 'solide' part of the menu ie. the food.
     

    auptitgallo

    Senior Member
    English
    There's no chance it's a typo for 'solde' or soldé', is there? I'm still not sure what it means, if so, but that seems to fit better in the context of prices, maybe.
     
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