combinaison

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From the verb combiner +‎ -aison, modeled after or borrowed from Late Latin combīnātiō, combīnātiōnis.

Noun[edit]

combinaison f (plural combinaisons)

  1. combination, combining
  2. combination (of lock, safe etc.)
  3. (full-length) slip
  4. jumpsuit; overalls

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Noun[edit]

combinaison f (plural combinaisons)

  1. combination (act; instance of combining)

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