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EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

attach +‎ -er.

NounEdit

attacher (plural attachers)

  1. Someone who attaches.
  2. A means of attaching.

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FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old French atachier, variant of estachier (bind), derived from estache (stick), from Frankish *stakka (stick). Cognate with Old Provençal estacha, Italian stacca, Spanish estaca; from Gothic *stakka.

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VerbEdit

attacher

  1. to affix, bind, tie something to something else, especially with rope
  2. (usually passive) to attack (durably bind, tie via links of emotional or physical dependence)
  3. (takes a reflexive pronoun) to become attached, become fond of (grow emotionally bound to)
    Je me suis beaucoup attaché à cet animal.
    I've gotten very attached to this pet.
  4. to attach, attribute (a certain quality or value to)
    J'attache énormément d'importance à ses opinions.
    I attach a lot of importance to his opinions.
  5. (reflexive, with à) to exert oneself, to make an effort, to make a commitment

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