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bâti

See also: bati, batí, batı, bati-, and Batı

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bâti m (feminine bâtie, masculine plural bâtis, feminine plural bâties)

  1. past participle of bâtir

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bâti m (plural bâtis)

  1. fixed part of a mechanism or machine, usually linked to the ground; body.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old French bastir (to build, make, sew), of Germanic origin, from Proto-Germanic *bastijaną (to bind with a thread, lace), perhaps from Proto-Indo-European *bhas-, *bhasḱ-, *bhask- (to bind, bundle).

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bâti (gerund bâtithie)

  1. to build

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