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tracasserie

Line breaks: tra¦cas|serie
Pronunciation: /trəˈkas(ə)ri/

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Definition of tracasserie in English:

noun

(usually tracasseries) archaic
A fuss; a petty quarrel: all the intrigues and tracasseries of the cabinet

Origin

French, from tracasser 'to bustle or fuss'.

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