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routier

Line breaks: rou|tier
Pronunciation: /ˈruːtɪeɪ, ʀutje/

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Definition of routier in English:

noun (plural routiers pronounced same)

1A member of a band of mercenaries in France in the late medieval period: the widely scattered bands of plundering routiers
2(In France) a long-distance lorry driver: [as modifier]: a genuine French routier bistro

Origin

French, from route 'road'.

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