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English

Etymology

From Old French mangeoire, manjoire, from mangier (to eat) (modern French manger).

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
manger

Plural
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  1. A trough for animals to eat from.

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French

Etymology

Old French mangier, from Late Latin manducare ‘to chew, devour’.

Pronunciation

Verb

manger

  1. (transitive or Template loop detected: Template:context 1) To eat

Conjugation

  • This verb is part of an irregular group of -er verbs, which are conjugated similarly to other first-group verbs, except that the <g> is softened to <ge> before <a> and <o>.

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