"agacerie" meaning in All languages combined

Noun [English]

Etymology: Borrowed from French agacerie Etymology templates: {{bor|en|fr|agacerie}} French agacerie Head templates: {{en-noun|~}} agacerie (countable and uncountable, plural agaceries) Forms: agaceries [plural]
  1. Coquetry; flirtatiousness. Tags: countable, uncountable
    Sense id: agacerie-en-noun-u5YqBoD6

Noun [French]

Audio: LL-Q150 (fra)-WikiLucas00-agacerie.wav
Etymology: From agacer +‎ -erie Etymology templates: {{suffix|fr|agacer|erie}} agacer +‎ -erie Head templates: {{fr-noun|f}} agacerie f (plural agaceries) Forms: agaceries [plural]
  1. (especially in plural) teasing Tags: especially, feminine, plural
    Sense id: agacerie-fr-noun-EOgOy-yw

Inflected forms

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