attacher

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

attach +‎ -er.

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attacher (plural attachers)

  1. Someone who attaches.
  2. A means of attaching.

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French atachier, variant of estachier (bind), derived from estache (stick), from Frankish *stakka (stick). Cognate with Old Provençal estacha, Italian stacca, Spanish estaca; from Gothic *stakka.

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attacher

  1. to affix, bind, tie something to something else, especially with rope
  2. (usually passive) to attack (durably bind, tie via links of emotional or physical dependence)
  3. (takes a reflexive pronoun) to become attached, become fond of (grow emotionally bound to)
    Je me suis beaucoup attaché à cet animal.
    I've gotten very attached to this pet.
  4. to attach, attribute (a certain quality or value to)
    J'attache énormément d'importance à ses opinions.
    I attach a lot of importance to his opinions.
  5. (reflexive, with à) to exert oneself, to make an effort, to make a commitment

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