You are going to find out all the things you need to know about the funny sentence “C’est tipar”.
It includes a detailed definition of what it is and how to use it in a normal conversation with an audio example. And that’s not all, we also sprinkled some super useful stuff like slow pronunciation audio, dialogue example, synonyms and more!
“C’est tipar” is a slang French phrase which literally means “It left” but is generally translated as “Let’s go” or “Here we go“.
It comes from “C’est parti” (which has the same meaning) but with the syllables of the word “par-ti” being reversed as “ti-par” by a mechanism called “verlan“, very used in slang contexts.
(The word “ver-lan” being itself a “verlan” of the word “à l’envers” which means “Reversed“…)
You can use it when you want to announce the launching of any kind of activity, like a trip, a dinner, a movie, a flight, a race, etc.
There are three ways to use it. The first is as at the beginning of a sentence with “pour” (for):
The second is at the end of a sentence:
The last is as a standalone: