lessiver

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From lessive (“laundry”) and -er.

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lessiver

  1. (transitive) to launder, to wash some clothes with some some washing powder
    J'ai lessivé ma couette au lavomatique.
    I've washed my duvet at the launderette.
  2. (intransitive, figuratively) to tire out
    Je suis lessivé.
    I'm tired out.

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