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stranglehold
British English: /ˈstraŋɡ(ə)lhəʊld/
American English: /ˈstræŋɡəlˌhoʊld/

Translation of stranglehold in French:

noun

  • 1 (in combat) to have somebody in a stranglehold
    tenir quelqu'un avec un étranglement
  • 2 [figurative] (control) to have a stranglehold on
    avoir la mainmise sur
  • 3 [figurative] (curb) See examples: to put a stranglehold on
    (growth, inflation)

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