fâcher

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Probably from Vulgar Latin *fasticāre, from an alteration of Late Latin fastidiāre < Classical Latin fastīdīre, present active infinitive of fastīdiō.

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fâcher

  1. to annoy, to vex
  2. (pronominal) to get angry, fall out

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