See also: bårder

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From barde +‎ -er.

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VerbEdit

barder

  1. (cooking) To bard
  2. (architecture) To clad (add cladding to a wall)
  3. (archaic) To transport wood onto a boat.
  4. (impersonal) kick off; (used to express that trouble occurs).
    Si Michel décide de venir à la réunion, c'est sûr que ça va barder!It's obvious that should Michael come, fur will fly.

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