intégral

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From Middle French integral, a borrowing from Medieval Latin integralis, from Latin integer.

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intégral (feminine singular intégrale, masculine plural intégraux, feminine plural intégrales)

  1. full, complete
  2. uncut (film); unabridged (text); all-over (suntan)

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