Hi Ivan,
You might be able to use complexphrase query parser to get what you need, you 
can test something like this:

{!complexphrase df=my_field}”Leonardo -(da Vinci)”

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> On 12 Feb 2018, at 14:29, ivan <i...@presstoday.com> wrote:
> Markus Jelsma-2 wrote
>> You can abuse phrase query for that, q=leonardo AND -"leonardo da vinci"
>> (asuming you have a proper default field set).
>> Markus
> This way i'm losing results where i have both "Leonardo" and "Leonardo da
> vinci in the same field, see example number 3 "Leonardo foo bar Leonardo da
> vinci".
> I want this case to match and with your query i'm not getting it.
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