English version

presume on/upon somebody’s friendship/generosity etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpresume on/upon somebody’s friendship/generosity etcpresume on/upon somebody’s friendship/generosity etcto unfairly ask someone for more than you should, because they are your friend, are generous etc It would be presuming on his generosity to ask him for money. presume
Examples from the Corpus
presume on/upon somebody’s friendship/generosity etcI will not presume upon your friendship any further.
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