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c'est la guerre

[se la ger] /sɛ la ˈgɛr/
French.
1.
such is war.
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  • If you grumble, a clerk will smile and say, "c'est la guerre."

    Huts in Hell Daniel A. Poling
  • I can only murmur with the French shop keepers "c'est la guerre."

    Over Here Hector MacQuarrie
  • To them and to us c'est la guerre had much the significance of "All in the day's work."

    Average Americans Theodore Roosevelt
  • If they happened to have been five minutes in France they might have philosophically added "c'est la guerre."

  • He simply shrugged his shoulders and said, 'c'est la guerre.'

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