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Aye but those are all English definitions of the word. As we all know, a word can change definitions slightly (or a lot) when it moves from one language to another.
I can't find the French that spefific definition in the dictionaries I've searched through. I also tried Le Robert.
I'm wondering if it isn't a case of a defintion being altered when switched.
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