throw something back in somebody's face

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Encolpius

Senior Member
Hungarian
Hello, there is this sentence even here in the WR dictionary but not translated:
I wish you wouldn't throw that incident back in my face every time we have a row!
Do you say jogar na cara, too?
So something like (in European Portuguese): Eu queria que não jogasses esse incidente na minha cara toda vez que disputamos.
 
  • jazyk

    Senior Member
    Brazílie, portugalština
    Toda vez que brigamos.

    But I don't think the Portuguese often use jogar in that sense. They are more
    likely to say deitar or arremessar, for example. In this particular situation, esfregar, also used in Brazil, would work.
     

    Carfer

    Senior Member
    Portuguese - Portugal
    'Atirar à cara'. 'Jogar' usa-se pouco em Portugal no sentido de arremessar. E em vez de 'disputamos' sugiro 'discutimos' e 'cada vez' onde escreveu 'toda vez'.
     
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