écouler

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Etymology[edit]

é- +‎ couler, or possibly from Vulgar Latin *excolāre, from Latin cōlāre, present active infinitive of cōlō. Compare Italian scolare, Portuguese escoar, Spanish escolar, Sicilian sculari.

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écouler

  1. to sell off, to shift
  2. (reflexive) to flow
  3. (reflexive, of time) to pass, to elapse
  4. (reflexive, of one's fortune) to diminish, to dwindle away slowly

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