Faire la tête

Faire la tête

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The French expression faire la tête means "to sulk," as when someone doesn't get his or her way or is bad-tempered about something that just happened.

Pronunciation: fehr la teht

Literal translation: to do/make the head

Register: normal

Synonym: bouder


    Pourquoi est-ce que tu fais la tête ?

Why are you sulking?


    Ne fais pas la tête !

Don't sulk! Stop sulking!


    Franck fait toujours la tête à propos de ta decision.

Franck is still sulking about your decision.


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