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mauvais pas

  

      nm   tight spot
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
mauvais pas n.
tight spot

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
v.
get out of the trouble
vt.
1) get out of the trouble (vt), 2) got out of the trouble (pass.)
exp.
to get sb out of a fix
exp.
to get o.s. out of a tight spot
[Fig.]
adv.
the weather isn't bad
adv.
the weather would not be bad
adv.
the weather wasn't bad
adv.
the weather will not be bad
nm.
hard time
v.
go through rough times, go through rocky times
v.
have a hard time ; have a rough time
"mauvais pas": examples and translations in context
Tu sais te tirer de tous les mauvais pas. You can talk your way out of anything. You're good at that.
... avons-nous donc besoin? Il faut que ces baisses d'impôt soient réduite radicalement et que les recettes fiscales servent à aider le secteur de l'automobile à se sortir de ce mauvais pas. Ce secteur a besoin de prêts totalisant 400 millions de dollars immédiatement. Il a besoin de prêts, pas d'allégements fiscaux ni d'amortissements puisque cela ne sert... ... million immediately in the form of loans. It would be in that form, not a tax break because that would not do any good, and not with write-offs because that would not do any good. The sector needs loan guarantees and outright loans to allow the auto parts sector to purchase equipment that will allow it to be more productive, more competitive and be able...
Il est prêt à tout faire pour se sortir de ce mauvais pas. And he's willing to do anything he can to help out the situation.
On t'a déjà sortie de plusieurs mauvais pas. It'll be all right. You've been got out of jams before.
Merci de me tirer de ce mauvais pas. Thank you so much for getting me out of a scrape.
On peut se sortir de ce mauvais pas. Come on, we can work this out.
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