doublage

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Etymology[edit]

doubler +‎ -age

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doublage m (plural doublages)

  1. dubbing
  2. (historical) a penalty by which, on completion of a sentence, a prisoner was required to remain at the penal colony as an employee for a further period of time equivalent to the original sentence

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