See also: excrément

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɛkskɹəmənt/
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Borrowed from Latin excrēmentum, from excernō (I excrete).

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excrement (countable and uncountable, plural excrements)

  1. (now specifically) Human and animal solid waste excreted from the bowels; feces.
  2. (archaic) Any waste matter excreted from the human or animal body, or discharged by bodily organs.
    Synonyms: excretion, excretum
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Borrowed from Latin excrēmentum, from excrēscō (I grow out).

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excrement (plural excrements)

  1. (obsolete) Something which grows out of the body; hair, nails etc.

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Borrowed from Latin excrēmentum.

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excrement m (plural excrements)

  1. (also in the plural) excrement

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  1. third-person plural present active subjunctive of excremō

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Borrowed from French excrément, Latin excrementum.

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excrement n (plural excremente)

  1. excrement, feces
    Synonyms: fecale; (slang) rahat; (vulgar) căcat; (of animals) baligă

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