salaire

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French salaire, from Latin salārium, probably a semi-learned borrowing. Cf. also the inherited Old French salier, saler (and modern salière).

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Noun[edit]

salaire m (plural salaires)

  1. salary, wage

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Old French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin salārium, probably a semi-learned borrowing. Cf. also salier, saler, which were inherited.

Noun[edit]

salaire m, f

  1. salary (fixed amount of money paid to a worker per month, per year, etc.)

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