á leur corps défendant

Spanish translation: muy a su pesar / muy a pesar suyo

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French term or phrase:á leur corps défendant
Spanish translation:muy a su pesar / muy a pesar suyo
Entered by: José Miguel Esteban del Ser
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18:09 Dec 16, 2010
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French term or phrase: á leur corps défendant
"Pas par idéalisme, à leur corps défendant. "

El texto habla de sentirse como integrante de una comunidad (como la europea), sólo una vez que se está en el exilio, no por sentirse así por haber nacido en un país de la Unión.

Mil gracias.
Cristina Del Amo
France
muy a su pesar / muy a pesar suyo
Explanation:
Esta es la traducción más habitual. Saludos.
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Spain
Local time: 20:04
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5 +2muy a su pesar / muy a pesar suyo
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muy a su pesar / muy a pesar suyo


Explanation:
Esta es la traducción más habitual. Saludos.

José Miguel Esteban del Ser
Spain
Local time: 20:04
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 4
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  -> ¡Muchas gracias!
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