éloigner

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From Middle French esloigner, from Old French esloignier, itself probably from loing, or alternatively from Vulgar Latin *exlongō, exlongāre, from Latin longe.

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éloigner

  1. to remove
  2. to distance, to draw or pull away from
  3. (reflexive, s'éloigner) to distance oneself, to pull oneself away from

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