harceler

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Etymology[edit]

From older herce, from Old French herce, of Germanic origin, akin to Proto-Germanic *harbistaz (harvesting season). Related to English harrow and Old Norse herfi.

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Verb[edit]

harceler

  1. to hassle; to bother; to disrupt

Conjugation[edit]

With the exception of appeler, jeter and their derived verbs, all verbs that used to double the consonants can now also be conjugated like amener.

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