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rapport de force equilibre (past tense)

English translation: on an even footing

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05:50 Jun 30, 2000
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
French term or phrase: rapport de force equilibre (past tense)
un accord equilibre (past tense) en Europe (rapport de force equilibre (Past tense))
George Calia
Local time: 01:12
English translation:on an even footing
Explanation:
If you're talking about companies that compete with each other or supplier relations you may say "on an even footing". If you're talking about a merger, the expression "merger of equals" is very much in fashion. "Balanced" may also be a useful term, more generally.

Cheers,

Béa
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Béatrice Huret-Morton
Local time: 02:12
Grading comment
Great answer. Thanks. George.
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Béatrice Huret-Morton


  

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on an even footing


Explanation:
If you're talking about companies that compete with each other or supplier relations you may say "on an even footing". If you're talking about a merger, the expression "merger of equals" is very much in fashion. "Balanced" may also be a useful term, more generally.

Cheers,

Béa

Béatrice Huret-Morton
Local time: 02:12
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 300
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Great answer. Thanks. George.
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