Learn Brazilian

11 Mar

(A) FACA E O QUEIJO NA MÃO

Lit. The knife and the cheese in the hand.

  • To have the upper hand, to have complete authority, to be in full control.

Hamilton tinha a faca e o queijo na mão, mas numa pista tão molhada, tudo podia acontecer.
Hamilton had the upper hand, but with such a wet track, anything could happen.

TIPS & NOTES
com-a-faca-e-o-queijo-nas-maosYou can use either of the two phrases ter a faca e o queijo na mão or estar com a faca e o queijo na mão.
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One Response to “Learn Brazilian”

  1. Sartenada April 25, 2014 at 11:48 am #

    Obrigado pelo curso português de vôce.

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