English translation of 'courtiser'
Verb Table transitive verb
to court ⧫ to woo
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Cette solution présente l'avantage de lui permettre d'adouber lui-même un successeur et, par là -même, de se faire courtiser.Le Monde (1999)
Le Tour, c'est la plus belle fille de la petite reine, celle que Ronan Pensec n'a jamais osé courtiser ouvertement.Le Monde (1997)
Pour moi, le rôle du patron du CNPF n'est pas de courtiser les palais nationaux.Le Monde (1997)
Une bonne onde ne se laisse pas courtiser comme une gourgandine.Marie Claire
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'courtiser' in Other Languages
British English: court VERB
To court a particular person, group, or country means to try to please them or improve your relations with them, often so that they will do something that you want them to do.
Both parties are courting former supporters of the presidential candidate.
Translation of courtiser from the Collins French to English
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