Get ready to learn everything you ever wanted to know about the funny French phrase “C’est abusé”.
To be more specific, it includes a detailed definition of what it is and how you can use it in a casual conversation with an audio example. And because learning a new language is important, we also added useful informations like slow pronunciation audio, synonyms, dialogue example and more!
The literal meaning is:
But that’s used to say: “It’s insane/madness” and aims to describe a shocking event, generally negative like an accident or some bad news.
That being said, young generations tend to also use it as a slang way to say simply: “It’s crazy“, so don’t be shocked if you hear it in another context.
Something shocking happened like an accident or a bad surprise or bad news, you can say: “C’est abusé !” (That’s insane!)
You can also use it in a sentence, for example: “J’ai appris que cette société maltraite les animaux. C’est abusé !” (I learned this company is mistreating animals. That’s insane!)