|Épater les bourgeois||To shock the middle classes||French||society surprise extreme|
|Chutzpah||Insolence, cheek, audacity. Commonly used to describe someone when they have crossed the line of acceptable behavior||Yiddish||extreme|
|Erbsenzähler||Literally "a person who literally counts their peas"; someone who is nitpicky and always trying to make things perfect||German||attribue measurement extreme|
|Nadryv||When a person releases intimate, deeply hidden feelings, sometimes that do not truly exist; imaginary, excessively exaggerated and distorted feelings||Russian||emotion extreme|
|Istories me arkoudes||Literal: 'stories with bears'; stories that are so crazy, they can't be true||Greek||extreme funny|
|L’ecole stratim (לאכול סרטים)||Literally "to eat motives"; describing a person that loves drama||Yiddish||extreme interaction|
|poshlost (пошлость)||Used to describe situations where things are being sold under the premise "that the greatest joy can be bought"||Russian||adverse extreme|
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