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Translation : Enjoy
Register : Informal - Basic
IPA : / pʁɔfit bjɛ̃ /
It literally means:
This is a classic way to wish someone to have a great time and to have some fun in French.
Another famous way to express such things is "Amuse-toi bien".
You have a friend going to Canada, you can wish him/her: "Profite bien au Canada !" (Enjoy Canada!)
Now if you have several friends going to Brazil, you might use instead: "Profitez bien au Brésil !" (Enjoy Brazil!)
If you want to use this sentence in a formal situation, you have to use the same version as the plural one. So if your boss is going to India, you might say "Profitez bien en Inde." (Enjoy India). Even if he/she is going alone.
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