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EtymologyEdit

From Middle French estranger, from Old French estrangier, from estrange + -ier, equivalent to modern French étrange +‎ -er. Cf. also Vulgar Latin *extraneārius, Italian straniero, Portuguese estrangeiro.

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étranger (feminine singular étrangère, masculine plural étrangers, feminine plural étrangères)

  1. foreign
  2. unacquainted
    Je ne suis étranger aux crises d'angoisse. – I'm not immune to anxiety attacks.
    Je ne suis pas étranger à cette discipline. – I'm well acquainted with that subject.

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étranger m (plural étrangers, feminine étrangère)

  1. foreigner
  2. stranger
  3. foreign place

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