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lavage

noun la·vage \lə-ˈväzh, British usually ˈla-vij\

Definition of LAVAGE

:  washing; especially :  the therapeutic washing out of an organ or part

Origin of LAVAGE

French, from Middle French, from laver to wash, from Latin lavare
First Known Use: circa 1895

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