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étagère

noun éta·gère \ˌā-ˌtä-ˈzher, -tə-\

Definition of ÉTAGÈRE

:  a piece of furniture consisting of a set of open shelves for displaying small objects and sometimes having an enclosed cabinet as a base

Variants of ÉTAGÈRE

éta·gère or eta·gere \ˌā-ˌtä-ˈzher, -tə-\

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Origin of ÉTAGÈRE

French, from Middle French estagiere, from estage floor of a building, station, from Old French — more at stage
First Known Use: 1840

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