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squeaksoup

Banned
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Beaucoup de difficultés à vibre avec son passé difficile

Many difficulties due to his difficult past

What does "à vibre" mean in the above sentence? I don't imagine it means vibrate. This is from a mental health exam. Thanks.
 
  • bobepine

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    Canada, English & French
    I think it's a typo. Beaucoup de difficultés à vivre avec son passé difficile. The 'v' is right next to the 'b'.
     

    bobepine

    Senior Member
    Canada, English & French
    Yes, it means having a hard time living with/dealing with his difficult past.
     
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