Translation of faux pas in Spanish:
noun plural faux pasPronunciation: /-z/
- metedura (feminine) de patato make a faux pas
(Latin America tb) metida (feminine) de pata [colloquial]meter la pata [colloquial]tirarse una plancha (Spain) [colloquial]Example sentences
- Every social faux pas, every cruel word, every embarrassment returns with fresh power to demoralise.
- Well you wouldn't want to read that book, obviously, but it's the sort of thing you need to know about in order to avoid making embarrassing faux pas.
- For example, they might be less likely to recognize that a social faux pas or insult could cause someone else offence.
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