French to English coup de pouce

Dictionary entry: coup de pouce


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The'Mathieu aurait besoin d'un coup de pouce en Maths.' was translated as 'He's tired, give him a little help'. A better translation will be 'Mathieu would need a little help in Maths'
  • DrD

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    Dictionary Editor
    England English

    Thank you for your message. The sentence was changed in our French base, and it looks like we missed it, so thanks for pointing it out. The translation has been updated now, and you will see the new version after the next dictionary update.