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French word remettre comes from Latin remittere, and later Old French remetre (To put back; to replace.).

Remettre etymology ?

Remettre detailed word origin explanation

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
remittere Latin (lat)
remetre Old French (fro) To put back; to replace.
remettre French (fra) (euphemistic) to throw up. (followed by the preposition à) to hand over, tender, hand in, deliver (to someone). (followed by the preposition à) to put off, postpone (until). (in the passive voice, followed by the preposition de) to be out of the woods. (pronominal) To get back. (pronominal, followed by the preposition de) to get over, to recover (from something). (pronominal, followed by the [...]