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English word avail comes from Old French a (Belonging to. To. Towards.), Old French vail.

Avail etymology ?

Avail detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
a Old French (fro) Belonging to. To. Towards.
vail Old French (fro)
availen Middle English (enm)
avail English (eng) (British, acting) Non-binding notice of availability for work.. (US, politics, journalism) A press avail.. (now, _, only, _, US) Proceeds; profits from business transactions. [from 15thc.]. (obsolete) Benefit; value, profit; advantage toward success. [15th-19thc.]. (obsolete, poetic) Effort; striving.. (oil industry) A readily available stock of oil.. (television, advertising) An advertising [...]

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