Como dizer "vestir a camisa da empresa" em inglês

Tradução de expressões do Português para o Inglês.
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Oi pessoal, como eu digo 'vestir a camisa" da empresa??
Abraços

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Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 30830 22 51 638
Opção:

Do your best for the company = vestir a camisa da empresa


  • Um exemplo original retirado do jornal inglês 'The Guardian':

What about Specht? Aged 40 and brought up in Los Angeles, where his father ran a couple of petrol garages, he worked his way up from being a bouncer at clubs in Hollywood and Beverly Hills, later becoming general manager at Spearmint's top-flight clubs on the west coast. He has spent time in the Czech Republic and Australia, working in key managerial posts within the Spearmint empire founded by John Gray, the Californian businessman.

"Money is what drives me, as well as a desire to do my best for the company. But I'd like to do my own thing, sinking equity into a night club of my own, in partnership with John."

Avatar do usuário Breckenfeld 2660 4 54
My suggestion is:

You have to be a team player

Bye!

Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 30830 22 51 638
Hello Breckenfeld,

Thank you,

Keep posting,

Avatar do usuário CacauSweetLove 10
Hi Guys!

I'd say: they give all their best for the Company ..

You have to give all your best for the Company...

See ya ^^

Avatar do usuário rosaxavier
Obrigada pelas colarborações, abraços e happy new year!!!

Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3180 1 7 66
Reabrindo o tópico para acrescentar mais uma opção, que eu acabei de ouvir:

"He flyes the flag of the company."

Confirmado o sentido no Longman:
fly the flag: to behave in a way that shows that you are proud of your country, organization etc.

Avatar do usuário Henry Cunha 9605 2 15 173
Ainda mais uma:

wear the colour(s)

used figuratively or literally, like some of the others already posted:

He always wears his team's colours to the game.

No one waves the flag and wears the colours more enthusiastically than him about the benefits of investing in Brazil.

Regards

Avatar do usuário Flavia.lm 3180 1 7 66
Outra opção:

to be a company man

company man 
noun
an employee whose allegiance to his employer comes before personal beliefs or loyalty to fellow workers.

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