v. trans. To lead on, to encourage. (This verb originates from the world of card games where the meaning of atout is 'trump'.) S'il ne m'avait pas atousé, j'aurais pas pu le faire: If he hadn't spurred me on, I'd never have done it.

Dictionary of Modern Colloquial French. 2013.

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