Sang froid

  • Sang froid is the ability to be calm in difficult or dangerous situations. It is French for cold blood, but to have sang froid is different from having cold blood in the English idiomatic sense. To be cold-blooded is to be able to hurt others without mercy or regret.



    1. This must be where the phrase ‘He has ice (water) in his veins’ originated.

    2. test (sorry)

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