Ce La Vie Meaning
What does life mean?
1) This is life:
Literally C'est la vie, is a French expression usually translated as C'est la vie or Telle est la vie. It is sometimes used in English to describe life as difficult, but you have to accept it.
2) Here is life:
So when that happens, you say you don't like it, but you have to accept it because you can't change. I'm so busy I can't go this weekend. Well, that's life.
Its translation is tail east la y and in French it is called cyst la y. They say that when you want to express feelings of helplessness or feelings in life that cannot be changed. Discard the topic of the conversation and help it move to another topic.
You mean, like, saltines and their ilk, eh?
Oh ... B * married Cyst Law
(Says VEE) The term used for sports is a bit disappointing
From French it means "c'est la vie".
Too much that kath3rin3 said.
But Jenny: You don't talk like that at all! Strangers say! you say:
Like the French alphabet C or the English alphabet C ending in ÃƒÂ h heh (like you there), that's why
La, like when you sing la, la, la, la dal la
The letter of the English alphabet v