(j'ai) un bras cassé : (I have) a broken arm
(Quelle bande de) bras cassés ! : (What a bunch of) good-for-nothings! insulte
Un bras cassé can also refer to a "lame duck" or "no-hoper".

tu es vraiment un bras cassé you're a real no-hoper.

  • "J’ai demandé à ce qu’on m’apporte mon café tout de suite, bande de bras cassés !"
  • "Comme vous êtes tous des bras cassés, je suggère de décongeler une personne compétente."

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