mouchard

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French mouchard, from mouche ‘fly’.

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Noun[edit]

mouchard (plural mouchards)

  1. An undercover investigator; a police spy, especially in a French-speaking country.

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From mouche + -ard.

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Noun[edit]

mouchard m (plural mouchards)

  1. grass, tell-tale (police informant)
  2. mouchard
  3. hidden microphone
  4. spyhole, peephole
  5. tachograph
  6. (computing) spyware (piece of spyware)

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