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succursal

[ suh-kur-suhl ]
/ səˈkɜr səl /
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adjective
subsidiary, especially noting a religious establishment that is dependent upon a principal one.
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Origin of succursal

1835–45; <French succursale<Latin succurs(us) (see succor) + -ale-al1
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British Dictionary definitions for succursal

succursal
/ (sʌˈkɜːsəl) /

adjective
(esp of a religious establishment) subsidiary
noun
a subsidiary establishment

Word Origin for succursal

C19: from French, from Medieval Latin succursus, from Latin succurrere to succour
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