tirage

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French

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tirage (countable and uncountable, plural tirages)

  1. The drawing of wine from its barrel.

French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

tirer +‎ -age

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Noun[edit]

tirage m (plural tirages)

  1. pulling (action of pulling)
  2. drawing (drawing of lots)
  3. (printing) printing (putting symbols on a newspaper)
  4. (printing) circulation (number of copies sold of e.g. a newspaper)
  5. draw (selection by chance, e.g. for deciding opponents in a sport competition)
  6. (military) draught/draft (hiring soldiers)
  7. drawing (of cheques)
  8. (metallurgy) drawing
  9. tirage (taking wine from a barrel)

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