débuter

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See also: debuter and debut'er

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French, from dé- + but ‎(mark, goal), from Old French but ‎(aim, goal, end, target), either from Old French butte ‎(mound, knoll, target), from Frankish *but ‎(stump, log), or from Old Norse bútr ‎(log, stump, butt); both from Proto-Germanic *butą ‎(end, piece), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰÀud- ‎(to beat, push). Cognate with Old English butt ‎(tree stump). More at butt.

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Verb[edit]

débuter

  1. to start
  2. to debut, to make one's debut.

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