foie gras 鹅肝
fatty liver; usually the liver of overfed goose, hence: pâté de foie gras, pâté made from goose liver. However, "foie gras" generally stands for "paté de foie gras" as it is the most common way to use it.
folie à deux 二联性精神病
a simultaneous occurrence of delusions in two closely related people, often said of an unsuitable romance.
literally "boy" or "male servant"; sometimes used by English speakers to summon the attention of a male waiter (has a playful connotation in English but is condescending and possibly offensive in French)
garde manger 食物柜
literally "keeper of the food" or pantry supervisor, refers to the task of preparing and presenting cold foods.
tactless, does not mean "left-handed" (which is translated in French as "gaucher"), but does mean "left"
member of a gendarmerie; the word is often incorrectly used in English to refer to any French policeman.
a type or class, such as "the thriller genre"
grâce à 多亏了
"thanks to", "by the grace of", naming credit or fortune