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fouler

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

foul +‎ -er

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NounEdit

fouler (plural foulers)

  1. One who fouls.

AdjectiveEdit

fouler

  1. comparative form of foul: more foul

FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle French fouler (to trample, mill, fordo, mistreat), from Old French foler (to crush, act wickedly), from Latin fullō (I trample, I full). More at full.

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VerbEdit

fouler

  1. (transitive) to stamp, impress, dent; to mill
  2. (transitive) to walk on, trample
  3. (transitive) to oppress, mistreat
  4. (transitive) to injure by knocking, bumping or dinting
  5. (pronominal) to sprain
    Je me suis foulé la cheville en jouant au rugby. I sprained my ankle playing rugby.

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