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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
20
comment Word that describes a person who may be incorrectly assumed an expert?
The definition from this Answer comes from wiktionary. The word is used in Portuguese as well, and I don't know it as meaning "pretending expertise".
Mar
16
comment English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
@tchrist, perfect, thanks for the input and improvements.
Mar
16
revised English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
Better translation for the expression.
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accepted English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
Mar
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comment English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
Yes, the bad company is the moral of the "story", and the dog/fleas is pretty much the meaning but without much humour.
Mar
16
awarded  Editor
Mar
16
comment English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
@tchrist, well, seems my translation is not good enough, updated the Q.
Mar
16
revised English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
Further clarification.
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16
asked English equivalent for a Portuguese saying on “bad company”
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