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Explanation: Je suis d'accord que "cocer" se traduit directement par cuire mais dans la langue de tous les jours, on dit plutot faire/preparer a moins que l'on precise comme: griller la viande, cuire les legumes...
Denali Local time: 08:08 Native speaker of: French PRO pts in pair: 2