There are 2 definitions of bracer in English:

bracer1

Syllabification: brac·er
Pronunciation: /ˈbrāsər
 
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noun

informal
  • An alcoholic drink intended to prepare one for something difficult or unpleasant.
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    • Much grappa disappears into steaming cups of espresso called caffé correcto as a midmorning bracer on a cold day.
    • We've got about ten minutes in the bar for a quick bracer and pit-stops before the others arrive.
    • So I had a few bracers, called my boss, and informed him of the tragedy; I was in New Hampshire, grieving with my relatives - my voice trembling.

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There are 2 definitions of bracer in English:

bracer2

Syllabification: brac·er
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈbrāsər/

noun

  • 1A wristguard used in archery, fencing, and other sports. Also called armguard.
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    • He finished buckling on the rest of his armour: chest-plate, shoulder-pads, bracers, shin-guards and the works.
    • Although I bet she had to work to get her wrists strong enough, she thought, and I'll bet she probably wears bracers.
    • Oh, the vest-thing is called a chest guard, so the string of my bow doesn't get caught on my shirt, and the wristband is called a bracer.
  • 1.1 historical A portion of a suit of armor covering the arm.
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    • He put bracers on his forearms, the right one with a small, round shield attached, and fingerless gauntlets on his hands.
    • His silver armor consisted of sleek silver leggings with a massive silver dragon bracer that he wore on his right arm, while he also wore two silver dragon gauntlets that were spiked and slightly tinged by dried blood.
    • His armor consisted of a pair of bracers, a pair of greaves, and a chain shirt, all made out of the same black material.

Origin

late Middle English: from Old French braciere, from bras 'arm' (see bracelet).

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Word of the day skosh
Pronunciation: skōSH
noun
a small amount; a little