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percer quelqu’un is to be onto someone

percer quelque chose ou quelqu’un – to pierce something or someone. percer quelque chose ou quelqu’un is a familiar expression and it means ‘to have figured out something or someone’, ‘to be onto something or someone’.

  • « J’ai deviné ton manège. Je t’ai percé. »
    “I’ve figured out your trick. I’m onto you.”

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