Why does the example regarding toilet paper above talk about "chocolat" but is translated as "disappointed" . Is this an idiom?t but is

JOANNAC1Kwiziq community member

Why does the example regarding toilet paper above talk about "chocolat" but is translated as "disappointed" . Is this an idiom?t but is

Asked 1 year ago
CécileKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hi Joanna, 

The expression 'être chocolat' is indeed idiomatic meaning -

to lose out/to miss out.

It can also mean to be duped.

But well spotted!

 

Why does the example regarding toilet paper above talk about "chocolat" but is translated as "disappointed" . Is this an idiom?t but is

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