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French characterized by numerous borrowings from English.
[Blend of French français, French (from Old French franceis, from France, France) and anglais, English (from Old French englois, from Old English Angel, from Latin Anglī, the Angles; see Angle).]
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informal French containing a high proportion of words of English origin
[C20: from French français French + anglais English]
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(sometimes l.c.) French spoken or written with what is judged to be an excessive or indiscriminate admixture of English words.
[1960–65; b. French français French and anglais English]
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French characterized by an interlarding of English loan words.See also: Language
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franglais[frɑ̃ˈglɛ] N (hum) → franglés m
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