ecrase

adjective ecra·se \¦ā(ˌ)krä¦zā, -krə¦-\
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écrasé

\¦ā(ˌ)krä¦zā, -krə¦-\

Definition of ecrase

  1. :  crushed, flattened —used especially of fabrics or leather

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Origin and Etymology of ecrase

French écrasé, past participle of écraser to crush, from Middle French ecraser, from e- (from Latin ex-) + -craser (probably from English 1craze)


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