Au contrair, mon ami?

Someone sent it to me in an email but I have no clue what it means.

do any of you?

8 Answers

  • Doethineb
    1 month ago

    “Quite the contrary, my friend!”

    “Au contraire” has passed into English (and German) usage as an ironic way of stating that the other person is barking up the wrong tree entirely!

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Au contraire is actually a French phrase that has passed in to English intact. It means “on the contrary”.

    Mon ami = my friend.

  • BoredBookworm
    1 month ago

    It means “To (not ‘on’) the contrary, my friend.” It is usually used to indicate that a fact is the opposite of a supposition or belief that has been expressed.

  • Martha P
    1 month ago

    On the contrary, my friend.

  • ~{las rosas son rojas}~
    1 month ago

    With contrair, my friend?

  • Japandra
    1 month ago

    “On the contrary, my friend.”

  • J9
    1 month ago

    It means ‘not so, my friend’.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    “On the contrary, my friend!”

    In the common vernacular: “You is WRONG, Be-OTCH!”

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