suspendre

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Borrowing from Latin suspendere, present active infinitive of suspendō.

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suspendre (first-person singular present suspenc, past participle suspès)

  1. to suspend, to hang
  2. to suspend, to hold off, defer momentarily
  3. to suspend from work, duties, etc.
  4. to fail, to not pass, to flunk

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Latin suspendere, present active infinitive of suspendō. Cf. also Old French souspendre, soupendre, which disappeared under the influence of the Latin.

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suspendre

  1. to suspend (hang freely)
  2. to suspend (temporarily cancel or expel)

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