Spanish translation of 'foist'
⇒ to foist sth on sb
endosar algo a algn
⇒ the job was foisted on me
me endosaron el trabajo
⇒ to foist o.s. on sb
pegarse a algn,
insistir en acompañar a or ir con algn
Example Sentences Including 'foist'
He wanted to foist me off onto Russell Bissell, so I let him do it.No Body
I did not believe that we could allow the Bishop to foist on us a man who is virtually a priest - positively a Catholic priest!The Disposal of the Living
Rathead had fingers nimbler than any seamstress and was gaining a growing reputation as a sharp foist or pickpocket.A Shrine of Murders
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Translation of foist from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary