procès-verbal


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pro·cès-ver·bal

 (prō-sā′vĕr-bäl′)
n. pl. pro·cès-ver·baux (-vĕr-bō′)
A detailed official record of diplomatic, deliberative, or legal proceedings.

[French : procès, proceedings + verbal, oral.]
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procès-verbal

(prɔsɛvɛrbal)
n, pl -baux (-bo)
a written record of an official proceeding; minutes
[C17: from French: see process1, verbal]
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pro•cès-ver•bal

(proʊˈseɪ vɛrˈbɑl; Fr. prɔ sɛ vɛrˈbal)

n., pl. -baux (-ˈboʊ)
a report of proceedings, as of an assembly.
[1625–35; < French; see process, verbal]
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