gâcher

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French gascher (to waste, row), from Old French gaschier, gacher, gasser (to soil, spoil, waste) and Old French gaschier, guaschier, waschier (to wash, soak), both from Old Frankish *waskan, *wascōn (to wash, bathe), from Proto-Germanic *waskaną (to wash), from Proto-Indo-European *wod- (wet). Compare related Italian guazzare (to splash, wallow), from the same Germanic root. Cognate with Old English wascan (to wash). More at wash.

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gâcher

  1. to ruin, spoil, mar, wreck, waste
  2. to mess up, botch, bungle

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