délivrer

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Late Latin dēlīberāre, dēlīberō (to set free) (unrelated to the Classical Latin dēlīberō (to weigh, to ponder), which was borrowed in French as délibérer). Synchronically analysable as dé- +‎ livrer.

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délivrer

  1. to set free
  2. deliver (a message)

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