ficher

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From Vulgar Latin *figicāre, present active infinitive of *figicō, later *ficcō, ultimately from Latin figō (I fix). The 'give a damn' sense is a minced oath of foutre (to fuck).

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ficher

  1. (transitive) to plug in ; to drive something in by its point, as with a nail or a stake
    ficher un clou.
    to drive in a nail.
  2. to file, record, track (eg by police)
  3. (reflexive, s'en ficher, euphemistic) not to give a damn
    je m'en fiche !
    I don't give a darn about it!

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