échantillon

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French eschandillon (standard), from Old French eschandiller (to verify the measures of merchants), — a primarily Lyonnais word, from Latin scandaculum (ladder), from Latin scandere (to climb).

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Noun[edit]

échantillon m (plural échantillons)

  1. sample, extract

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