chacun à son goût

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Etymology[edit]

Mutation of the French à chacun son goût (to each his own taste), typically heard amongst Laurentian, Quebecois and Louisiana Francophones. The well-known aria by this name in the Strauss opera Die Fledermaus may have helped establish the mutation.

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chacun à son goût

  1. Used to acknowledge that different people have different tastes or preferences.

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