canular

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Adjective[edit]

canular (comparative more canular, superlative most canular)

  1. Alternative form of cannular

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Etymology[edit]

Originally student slang, from pseudo-Latin canularium, from canula, 1913.

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Noun[edit]

canular m (plural canulars)

  1. hoax (anything deliberately intended to deceive or trick)
    Synonyms: supercherie, tromperie, farce
    Mon pépé croit que l'atterrissage sur la Lune était un canular.
    My grandpa believes that the moon landing was a hoax.

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