boucher

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French bouchier, from bouc (goat), of Germanic origin.

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boucher m (plural bouchers, feminine bouchère)

  1. butcher

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Verb[edit]

boucher

  1. to cork up
  2. to bung
  3. to block up

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