massacrer

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massacre +‎ -er

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massacrer (plural massacrers)

  1. One who massacres.

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From Middle French massacrer, from Old French macecrer, macecler, probably from Vulgar Latin *matteuculāre, from *matteuca (whence French massue), from *mattea or Late Latin mattia, from Latin mateola (hoe).

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massacrer

  1. to massacre (kill)
  2. (figuratively) to do something badly
    Il a massacré cette chanson - he sung that song really badly (lit. "he massacred that song")

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