[ flah-nœr ]
/ flɑˈnœr /
noun, plural flâ·neurs [flah-nœr] /flɑˈnœr/. French.
idler; dawdler; loafer.
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British Dictionary definitions for flaneur
/ French (flɑnœr) /
an idler or loafer
Word Origin for flâneur
C19: see flânerie
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