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From Old French abus (“improper use”), from Latin abūsus (“misused, using up”), perfect active participle of abūtor, abūtī (“use up, exhaust, consume; waste, squander; misuse, abuse; use improperly”).
abus m (plural abus)
- IPA: /ˈabus/
- (hunting) game
- (figuratively) Something that one likes and often has ('having it for breakfast')
abus m (oblique plural abus, nominative singular abus, nominative plural abus)