What Do You SayTranslation: « J’ai un patron très exhaustif. »

Why wrong: Comprehensive is a false friend. It doesn’t mean comprehensif, but rather complet, exhaustif. For more help with false friends, click here.   To be taken seriously…North America

Correct it: What is meant here is understanding. Say “I have a very understanding boss.”

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“I have a very comprehensive boss.”
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“I have a very comprehensive boss.”