Mettre le nez dehors

Literally “to put your nose outside”, that is, to go outside, to leave your house. This expression is often used in the negative form:

Arrête de jouer aux jeux vidéo, t’as pas mis le nez dehors de toutes les vacances !
Stop playing video games, you didn’t go outside during all the vacation!

Listen to the example:

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