diarrhée

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Borrowed from Late Latin diarrhoea, from Ancient Greek διάρροια ‎(diárrhoia, through-flowing), from διά ‎(diá, through) + ῥέω ‎(rhéō, I flow).

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diarrhée f ‎(plural diarrhées)

  1. diarrhea (medical condition)

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Noun[edit]

diarrhée f ‎(plural diarrhées)

  1. (Jersey, pathology) diarrhea