perhaps, possibly, maybe
literally "black foot", a European Algerian in the pre-independence state.
"foot-on-the-ground" or "foothold"; a place to stay, generally applied to the city house in contradistinction to the country estate of the wealthy
"worse"; an undesirable option selected because the other choices were even worse
referring to skiing at a ski area (on piste) versus skiing in the back country (off piste).
plat du jour 当天特菜
a dish served in a restaurant on a particular day but which is not part of the regular menu; literally "dish of the day"
plongeur (fem. plongeuse) 跳水运动员
a male (or female) dishwasher
plus royaliste que le roi 维护别人利益比其本人更起劲
"more royalist than the king", i.e. more enthusiastic than the cause deserves
point d'appui 据点（军事），支点
a location where troops are assembled prior to a battle. While this figurative meaning also exists in French, the first and literal meaning of "point d'appui" is a fixed point which a person or a thing uses in order to execute a movement (e.g. a footing in climbing or a pivot).
"poser" : a person who pretends to be something he is not; an affected or insincere person: a wannabe