English translation of 'harceler'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (Military, Hunting) to harry
2. (= importuner) to harass
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Example Sentences Including 'harceler'
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Elle a juste rappelé qu'on n'a pas le droit de harceler moralement les gens au travail.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Quelque deux cents jeunes du quartier, sur le pied de guerre, se sont mis à harceler les forces de l'ordre.Le Monde (1999)
Six mois plus tard, le 2 février dernier, Donato se rend chez son ex-femme qu'il ne cesse de harceler.Marie Claire
Trends of 'harceler'
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'harceler' in Other Languages
British English: badger VERB
If you badger someone, you repeatedly tell them to do something or repeatedly ask them questions.
She badgered her doctor time and again, pleading with him to do something.
British English: harass VERB
If someone harasses you, they trouble or annoy you, for example by attacking you repeatedly.
They were continually harassed by police and were sick of it.
British English: harry VERB
If someone harries you, they keep bothering you or trying to get something from you.
He is increasingly active in harrying the government in late-night debates.
British English: hound VERB
If someone hounds you, they constantly disturb or speak to you in an annoying or upsetting way.
Newcomers are constantly hounding them for advice.
Translation of harceler from the Collins French to English
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