excuse my French

excuse my French
excuse my French (informal)
Pardon my bad language
French

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used for saying you are sorry for swearing
Thesaurus: ways of saying you are sorry or regret somethingsynonym
Main entry: French

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(if you'll) excuse (or pardon) my French
informal used to apologize for swearing

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excuse/pardon my ˈFrench idiom
(informal) used to say that you are sorry for swearing
Main entry:Frenchidiom

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