maquiller

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle French macquiller ‎(to work, do), partly from Old French makier ‎(to build, make), from Old Frankish *makjan, *makōn or Old Dutch macōn ‎(to make, do), both from Proto-Germanic *makōną ‎(to build, work, make), from Proto-Indo-European *mag- ‎(to knead, mix, make); partly from Picard maquier, makier ‎(to make, do), from Middle Dutch maken ‎(to make, do). Akin to Old High German mahhōn ‎(to make, do) (German machen), Old English macian ‎(to make, build). More at mason, make.

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maquiller

  1. to disguise, cover or apply makeup (to); to dress up, to embellish
  2. to make up (a story, lie, scenario, etc.), to fabricate; to pretend

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