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affiche

[ a-feesh ]
/ aˈfiʃ /
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noun, plural af·fiches [a-feesh]. /aˈfiʃ/. French.
a notice posted in a public place; poster.
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British Dictionary definitions for affiche

affiche
/ French (afiʃ) /

noun
a poster or advertisement, esp one drawn by an artist, as for the opening of an exhibition

Word Origin for affiche

C18: from afficher to post
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