mijn collega's stralen vertrouwen uit naar mij

English translation: display an air of confidence

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Dutch term or phrase:mijn collega\'s stralen vertrouwen uit naar mij
English translation:display an air of confidence
Entered by: Charline Helsmoortel

08:43 May 8, 2012
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
General / Conversation / Greetings / Letters / Vragenlijst
Dutch term or phrase: mijn collega's stralen vertrouwen uit naar mij
Vragenlijst:
Mijn collega's stralen vertrouwen naar mij uit
Ik straal vertrouwen naar mijn collega's uit
De Commercial Director xxx straalt vertrouwen naar mij en mijn directe collega's uit
Ik straal vertrouwen naar de Commercial Director xxx uit

Ik weet dat vertrouwen uitstralen "radiate confidence" is, maar hoe kan je dat naar iemand uitstralen? Alle hulp is welkom!
Charline Helsmoortel
Belgium
Local time: 20:54
display an air of confidence
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Dave Greatrix
United Kingdom
Local time: 19:54
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3 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +9
display an air of confidence


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Dave Greatrix
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Local time: 19:54
Native speaker of: English
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Easy Translatio
1 min

agree  Jose&SteveLilly: Or exude confidence/exude an air of confidence but the initial answer is more than good enough
6 mins

agree  Josephine Isaacs (X)
24 mins

agree  David Walker (X)
49 mins

agree  Kitty Brussaard: And to fully answer asker's question: display (an air of) confidence to my colleagues etc.
3 hrs

agree  katerina turevich
3 hrs

agree  Mubarak Ali Osm: agree
10 hrs

agree  John Holloway: ....just detail, but it would be 'display confidence in me' and, literally, but perhaps accurately (as 'uitstralen' is, in any event, rather strange wording in a questionnaire), 'my colleagues radiate confidence in me', etc...
16 hrs

agree  Jennifer Barnett: I agree with John's version above.
22 hrs
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