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aan zijn jasje trekken

French translation: tirer quelqu'un par la manche, tirer la manche de/à quelqu'un

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Dutch term or phrase:iemand aan zijn jasje trekken
French translation:tirer quelqu'un par la manche, tirer la manche de/à quelqu'un
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17:46 Feb 9, 2007
Dutch to French translations [PRO]
Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Dutch term or phrase: aan zijn jasje trekken
Je comprends le sens de l'expression "aan zijn/haar jasje trekken", mais je me demande s'il y a une traduction plus imagée que "insister auprès de ..."


"Als we willen dat er werk wordt gemaakt van die ip-ban zullen we de administrator nog eens aan zijn jasje moeten trekken."
hirselina
tirer la manche de
Explanation:
Selon le petit robert: "tirer la manche (à) de qqn = le solliciter
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Yves Cromphaut
Local time: 08:19
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Merci Yves!
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tirer la manche de


Explanation:
Selon le petit robert: "tirer la manche (à) de qqn = le solliciter

Yves Cromphaut
Local time: 08:19
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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Merci Yves!
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