Como dizer "Dizer com todas as letras" em inglês

Pois ela me disse com todas as letras que eu não servia para trabalhar nesta empresa.

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7 respostas
Henry Cunha 3 18 183
Perhaps

He told me in so many words that I didn't suit the job in this company.

"In so many words" can mean "specifically" or "in words to the effect that".
PPAULO 6 48 1.1k
She said/stated in no uncertain terms that I was not fit for the company/the company wasn´t going to hire me.

Perhaps a not so commom action, generally they interview candidates and compare their answers -basically- and skills. Then, they email letting him know their decision, not lettting him know on spot.
felipeh6 7 56
Hello!

I'm not sure. Could we use "She told me that with all capital letters"?

I'm waiting your reply.

Thanks in advance!
Juliana Rios 24 105 394
Felipe, I don't think you should use "in (all) capital letters" unless you are referring to actual text in which the letters have been capitalized. I guess most people would take it quite literally.
Bill Sikes 1 1 18
She made it crystal clear that I wouldn't/don't fit the company profile.

Eu aprendi essa expressão no podcast "English Through Stories", do Jeff McQuillan.
Donay Mendonça 22 107 1.6k
Sugestão:

Pois ela me disse com todas as letras que eu não servia para trabalhar nesta empresa.
She told me clearly that I wasn't qualified to work for this company.

Com todas as letras: clearly


Exemplos de publicações internacionais seguras.

“He told me, clearly, 'They forced me to do it,'” Pereira testfied, “and forced me to vote for their guy.” [fairwhistleblower.ca]

''And the guy told me clearly: 'As long as you have a record, I can't pay you full salary, you have to fix this.'' [CBC News]

''In turn, they can focus on top candidates who are actually qualified to work for the company. Michael Simmons Managing Partner.''

Bons estudos.
Thomas 7 60 290
to spell something out to someone

Let me spell it out to you, young man. No lazy bum like you is going to date my daughter.

Do I have to spell it out? You could not go yesterday, you cannot go today, and you will not be able to go tomorrow. Period. End of discussion.

I am not following (understanding) you. Could you spell out exactly what you want me to do?

She spelled out in no uncertain terms what she expected of new emplyees.