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13:22 Nov 29, 2001
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary / expressions/phrases
English term or phrase:straight from the horses mouth
Is there an equivalent in Spanish for this expression?
I don't want to write:
"Directamente del hocico del caballo"!
I like your answer a lot. Thanks! 4 Kudoz points from me to you!
Just a short and humble thought:
I don't like the attitude of some of the translators which not only gave "disagree" to their pals' perfectly valid answers, but also included nasty comments...:((
Is there any "kick their butt out of here" kind of consequence for them? Could we implement one? >:)))
Thanks again, Mireia!
Explanation: all I can do to help is that the expression you posted means that you are told something by someone who has directly knowledge of it (for example the person involved)
I hope this might help somehow