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Mar•i•lyn  (marə lin),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. a female given name, form of  Mary. 
Also,  Mari•lynne. 
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French /frɛntʃ/USA pronunciation   adj. 
  1. of or relating to France.
  2. of or relating to the language spoken in France.

  1. [plural;  the + ~;
    used with a plural verb]
    the people born or living in France.
  2. [uncountable] the language spoken in France.

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French  (french),USA pronunciation adj. 
  1. Language Varieties, Biographicalof, pertaining to, or characteristic of France, its inhabitants, or their language, culture, etc.:French cooking.

  1. Language Varieties, Biographicalthe people of France and their direct descendants.
  2. Biographical, Language Varietiesa Romance language spoken in France, parts of Belgium and Switzerland, and in areas colonized after 1500 by France. Abbr.: F

  1. Food(often l.c.) to prepare (food) according to a French method.
  2. Food(often l.c.) to cut (snap beans) into slivers or thin strips before cooking.
  3. Food(often l.c.) to trim the meat from the end of (a rib chop).
  4. Food(often l.c.) to prepare (meat) for cooking by slicing it into strips and pounding.
  5. Slang Termsto short-sheet (a bed).
  6. Slang Terms(often l.c.) Slang (vulgar). to give oral stimulation of the penis or vulva.
Frenchness, n. 
  • Middle English Frensh, French, Old English Frenc(i)sc. See Frank, -ish1 bef. 1150

French  (french),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. Alice ("Octave Thanet''), 1850–1934, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
  2. Daniel Chester, 1850–1931, U.S. sculptor.
  3. Sir John Den•ton Pink•stone  (french),USA pronunciation  1st Earl of Ypres, 1852–1925, English field marshal in World War I.
  4. Marilyn, born 1929, U.S. novelist and nonfiction writer.

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