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On ne présente plus le Docteur XXX ZZZ, chirurgien en gynécologie et responsable du KLZMASS Ménopaus

English translation: gynecologic surgeon

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French term or phrase:chirurgien en gynécologie
English translation: gynecologic surgeon
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19:13 Nov 4, 2001
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
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French term or phrase: On ne présente plus le Docteur XXX ZZZ, chirurgien en gynécologie et responsable du KLZMASS Ménopaus
I don't know if it's just me but I don't get this phrase. Does it mean the good doctor no longer works there or does it mean he no longer works (at the clinic) alone? Or am I missing the mark altogether? HELP!
Thanks in advance
Lucien Marcelet
One doesn't need to introduce Doctor XXX ZZZ, gynecologic surgeon and responsible of the KLZMASS men
Explanation:
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He is so famous to the audience, one doesn't need to introduce him. This expression is often used with celebrities in TV/radio show in France. It doesn't mean at all that he doesn't work at the clinic.
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Youri PIEDBOIS
France
Local time: 10:07
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Thank you very much indeed. No wonder the sentence made no sense to me.
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One doesn't need to introduce Doctor XXX ZZZ, gynecologic surgeon and responsible of the KLZMASS men


Explanation:
opause...

He is so famous to the audience, one doesn't need to introduce him. This expression is often used with celebrities in TV/radio show in France. It doesn't mean at all that he doesn't work at the clinic.

Youri PIEDBOIS
France
Local time: 10:07
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 19
Grading comment
Thank you very much indeed. No wonder the sentence made no sense to me.
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