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Borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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terrestre m or f (masculine and feminine plural terrestres)

  1. terrestrial; earthly

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Inherited from Old French terrestre, borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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terrestre (plural terrestres)

  1. (relational) soil, earth
  2. (relational) Earth

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Borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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terrestre m or f (plural terrestres)

  1. terrestrial

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Etymology edit

From Latin terrestris.

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  • IPA(key): /terˈrɛ.stre/
  • Rhymes: -ɛstre
  • Hyphenation: ter‧rè‧stre

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terrestre (plural terrestri)

  1. earthly
  2. terrestrial
  3. land

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terrestre m (plural terrestri)

  1. terrestrial
  2. earthling
  3. earthly

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  • terrestre in Treccani.it – Vocabolario Treccani on line, Istituto dell'Enciclopedia Italiana

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terrestre

  1. nominative/accusative/vocative neuter singular of terrestris

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Borrowed from Old French terrestre.

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terrestre

  1. Terrestrial; earthly.
    • late 14th century, Geoffrey Chaucer, The Merchant's Tale, The Canterbury Tales, line 1330-1332:
      Heer may ye se, and heer-by may ye preve,
      That wyf is mannes help and his confort,
      His paradys terrestre and his disport.
      Here can you see, and hereby can you prove,
      That wife is man's help and his comfort,
      His earthly paradise, and his source of consolation.

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Borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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terrestre m (oblique and nominative feminine singular terrestre)

  1. terrestrial; earthly

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  • Middle English: terrestre
  • French: terrestre

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Borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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terrestre m or f (plural terrestres)

  1. terrestrial (of, relating to, or inhabiting the Earth)
    Synonyms: terráqueo, térreo
  2. terrestrial (living in dry land)

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terrestre m or f by sense (plural terrestres)

  1. Terrestrial; Earthling; Terran (inhabitant of Earth)
    Synonym: terráqueo

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Etymology edit

Borrowed from Latin terrestris.

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  • IPA(key): /teˈrestɾe/ [t̪eˈres.t̪ɾe]
  • Audio (Colombia):(file)
  • Rhymes: -estɾe
  • Syllabification: te‧rres‧tre

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terrestre m or f (masculine and feminine plural terrestres)

  1. terrestrial
  2. earthling
  3. earthly

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