décadence

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Medieval Latin or Late Latin decadentia, from decadēns, present participle of decadō (whence the verb déchoir). Doublet of déchéance, naturally inherited from the same Latin root.

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Noun[edit]

décadence f (plural décadences)

  1. decadence

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