dragée

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English[edit]

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From French dragée.

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dragée (plural dragées)

  1. A sweet or confection, originally as used to administer drugs, medicine etc.
    • 1971: I opened the cupboard and found a bag of raisins, two empty sauce bottles, a packet of icing sugar, a tube of dragées and a paper packet of candles. — Anthony Burgess, M/F (Penguin 2004, p. 129)

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Old French dragie, via Latin from Ancient Greek [script?] (tragemata, spices).

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Noun[edit]

dragée f (plural dragées)

  1. a sweet with almond filling
  2. a dragée, a sugar-coated pill
  3. (slang) a bullet

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