⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'Where is the catch' from English to French
Il y a un hic ? [fam.]Where is the catch? [fig.] [idiom]
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Translation for 'Where is the catch' from English to French

Where is the catch? [fig.] [idiom]
Il y a un hic ? [fam.]
Usage Examples English
  • Today, Abadan is known for its lively fish market where locals buy fresh catch of the day used in the many delicious seafood dishes of the city.
  • General aviation is a catch-all covering other kinds of private (where the pilot is not paid for time or expenses) and commercial use, and involving a wide range of aircraft types such as business jets (bizjets), trainers, homebuilt, gliders, warbirds and hot air balloons to name a few.
  • In other fisheries, where the amount of fish in the net is important, catch sensor transducers are mounted at various positions on the cod-end of the net.
  • These whales hunt by echolocation in deep water (where the majority of their prey is located) between about [...] and usually catch about 30 prey per dive.
  • However, in the last twenty years it is seen as a sport where between five and fifteen dogs can be seen in the chase of one rabbit.
  • Corralling is a method where dolphins chase fish into shallow water to catch them more easily.
  • When hunting small monkeys such as the red colobus, chimpanzees hunt where the forest canopy is interrupted or irregular.
  • At other times, the term can carry a neutral connotation, such as in the "Pokémon" franchise, where it is used to refer to cute fictional creatures that resemble real-world animals.
  • Front-end web frameworks, such as React and Vue, have introduced error handling mechanisms where errors propagate up the UI component hierarchy, in a way that is analogous to how errors propagate up the call stack in executing code.
  • Space explorers find a planet where the population is in a state of bliss.
  • Sportfishing (sometimes game fishing) is recreational fishing where the primary reward is the challenge of finding and catching the fish rather than the culinary or financial value of the fish's flesh.
  • It is used in ball games, where the play of the game follows the state of the ball as it is hit, kicked or thrown by players.
  • The area also appeared in Anna Mae Wong's 1929 film "Piccadilly", where, as the toughly alluring Shosho, Wong was said to embody the Limehouse Chinatown mystique.
  • Smith said she got the phrase from parish magazines, where descriptions of church picnics often included this phrase.
  • This gives another example where the moduli spaces of solutions of two apparently unrelated nonlinear partial differential equations turn out to be essentially the same.
  • Motor vehicle strike is a threat to all kiwi where roads cross through their habitat.
  • An upland tropical climate prevails on the windward side of the mountains, whereas a semiarid climate predominates on the leeward side.
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