Convey information up to the present; also, make one aware of or conform to new ideas, improvements, or styles.
For example, Bring me up to date on the test results, or We've been bringing Grandma up to date with a little makeup and some new clothes.
[click To Tweet tweet=”Avoir un coup de foudre, Lit: to have a struck of lightning, to fall in love at first sight” quote=”Avoir un coup de foudre, Lit: to have a struck of lightning, to fall in love at first sight.”] Literally: to live on love and fresh water Meaning: to be in love and not care about anything else When you meet someone you are crazy in love with, you tend to become careless, you forget everything around you and fully live your love.
Until you realize you still need to work and care about the world.
However, this assumption is unlikely as they were joined at the sternum, not at the hips.
This expression most likely makes a general reference to conjoined twins.
For example you could be struck by lightning or event hit by a rake. Here are 8 French idioms related to love and dating.
Je ne comprends pas, il avait l’air super content quand il m’a annoncé qu’il avait eu un coup de foudre I don’t understand, he looked super happy when he told me he had a struck of lightning Ah mais c’est normal.
“to have a struck of lightning” also means “to fall in love at first sight”.
"to get hitched: "They're getting hitched next Saturday."to tie the knot: "So when are you two tying the knot?
"to go through a bit of a rough patch = when things are not going well: "Since the argument, they've been going through a bit of a rough patch."to have blazing rows = to have big arguments: "We had a blazing row last night."can't stand the sight of someone = to not like someone: "She can't stand the sight of him any more!
You don't just have to say you love someone: you can say you have a crush, a soft spot for, or even the hots for them!
Read on to get the whole guide to idioms of love, plus common sayings and proverbs.catch someone's eye = to be attractive to someone: "The shy man at the back of the class caught my eye."to fancy someone (British English) = to find someone attractive: "My friend fancies you!