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French Union

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a union of France with its dependencies (1946–58): replaced by the French Community
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French′ Un′ion


n.
an association (1946–58) of France and its associated territories and states formed as a successor to the French empire: replaced by the French Community.
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