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    Anonymous Guest

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    What does Tournez a gauche mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous
    What does Tournez a gauche mean?
    If my high school French suffices...

    it means "Turn left."

    It's a command, where "Tournez" is the formal/plural form of the verb. "A gauche," literally means "to the left," where the "a" would/should have an "accent grave."

    Too much information? :^)

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    That seems right to me.

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