4 par marguerite

ad2011

Senior Member
Marathi
Hello!

4 par marguerite
4 per ?

Is this a typical French expression. This is sued to express a crammed work space. so 4 in one marguerite?

What does that mean? Is it culture specific?

Merci!
 
  • pyan

    Senior Member
    English, UK, London
    Hello ad2011. "Daisy" is a lovely image but it wouldn't work in English.

    The best equivalent depends on your context but one suggestion could be "workstations in clusters of four."
     
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