essorer

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French essorer (whence also English soar), from Vulgar Latin *exaurare (to rise into the air; to expose to air), from Latin ex (out) + aura (the air, a breeze). See also

Verb[edit]

essorer

  1. to dry out, to hang out to dry (e.g. washing)
    Je voudrais essorer mon pull-over.
  2. wring, wring out

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