A mix of English and French, usually employed in the presence of lower-level French students or when one can't thing of the French for a word or phrase.
Origin: a mix of the words 'français' and 'anglais', which are French for 'French' and 'English', respectively.
1. I have to talk in Franglais around Kathryn because she's only in French I.
2. Donne-moi some of your Pringles-- je forgot mon déjeuner. (Give me some of your Pringles-- I forgot my lunch.)
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