To grow two eyes in the sead

French translation: avoir ses deux yeux

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English term or phrase:To grow two eyes in the sead
French translation:avoir ses deux yeux
Entered by: GerardP

10:46 Dec 24, 2016
English to French translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: To grow two eyes in the sead
He may have grown two eyes in the head, but can he see the essence of the problem?

Est-ce que: il a beau avoir grandi avec toute sa tête, peut-il voir l'essence du problème? est correct?
GerardP
Local time: 09:26
avoir ses deux yeux
Explanation:
J'ai lu la discussion, et je pense qu'il faut en effet garder l'idée de concession/opposition, et aussi "les deux yeux". je propose donc "il a beau avoir ses deux yeux, peut-il voir..."
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Fanny Villuendas
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Local time: 09:26
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to grow two eyes in the sead
avoir ses deux yeux


Explanation:
J'ai lu la discussion, et je pense qu'il faut en effet garder l'idée de concession/opposition, et aussi "les deux yeux". je propose donc "il a beau avoir ses deux yeux, peut-il voir..."

Fanny Villuendas
France
Local time: 09:26
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