entamer

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From Provençal entamenar, from Late Latin intaminare, from Latin in- + tangere + -are

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entamer

  1. to cut into (something)
  2. to eat into (savings etc.); to undermine (credibility)
  3. to remove a small piece of something
  4. to start, to begin, initiate

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