French translation: dépasser, aller au-delà

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Portuguese term or phrase:extrapolar
French translation:dépasser, aller au-delà
Entered by: Teresa Borges
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11:07 May 22, 2018
Portuguese to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
Portuguese term or phrase: extrapolar
Existem fatos que indicam que a relação acima mencionada estaria além da relação profissional entre tomador e prestador de serviços, e extrapolaria a linha entre os interesses privados e os interesses de ordem pública.

jm meinier
Local time: 21:29
dépasser, aller au-delà
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Teresa Borges
Local time: 21:29
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4 +1dépasser, aller au-delà
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dépasser, aller au-delà


Teresa Borges
Local time: 21:29
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Asker: Merci. Ce sens est déjà dans le début de la phrase avec « a relação acima mencionada estaria além da relação profissional », d'où ma difficulté avec le verbe extrapolar dans ce cas.

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agree  Danièle Horta: Au Demandeur : si vous utilisez un participe présent, "dépassant"ou "allant au delà", la phrase tient parfaitement la route et est fidèle à la source.
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  -> Merci, Danièle!
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