English translation of 'en difficulté'
[bateau, alpiniste] in trouble ⧫ in difficulties
; [entreprise] in difficulties
; [élève] struggling
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Example Sentences Including 'en difficulté'
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A vouloir faire les choses trop bien, on se met parfois soi -même en difficulté.Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
Ils ne veulent donc plus soutenir à bout de bras des entreprises en difficulté.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Le fils Giscard en difficulté Cet appel à l'union a une signification nationale, mais aussi locale.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Les élèves en difficulté peuvent alterner les cours théoriques avec un apprentissage en entreprise à partir de 15 ans (Allemagne).Actuel
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'en difficulté' in Other Languages
British English: embattled ADJECTIVE
If you describe a person, group, or organization as embattled, you mean that they are having a lot of problems or difficulties.
The embattled president also denied recent claims that he was being held hostage by his own soldiers.
British English: hard-pressed ADJECTIVE
If someone is hard-pressed, they are under a great deal of strain and worry, usually because they have not got enough money.
The region's hard-pressed consumers are spending less on luxuries.
Translation of en difficulté from the Collins French to English
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