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spectre

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From French spectre, from Latin spectrum (appearance, apparition).

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spectre (plural spectres)

  1. Alternative spelling of specter
    • Charlotte Brontë, Shirley
      To this extenuated spectre, perhaps, a crumb is not thrown once a year, but when ahungered and athirst to famine—when all humanity has forgotten the dying tenant of a decaying house—Divine Mercy remembers the mourner []

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spectre m (plural spectres)

  1. ghost, specter
    Dans la nuit, il vit un spectre apparaître.
  2. spectrum
    Le spectre de la lumière blanche est un spectre continu.

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spectre n pl

  1. plural form of spectru