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procès-verbal Line breaks: procès-verbal
Pronunciation: /ˌprɒseɪvəːˈbɑːl/

Definition of procès-verbal in English:

noun (plural procès-verbaux ˌprɒseɪvəːˈbəʊ)

A written report of proceedings.

Origin

Mid 17th century: French.

Words that rhyme with procès-verbal

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