Franglais meaning

fräɴ-glā'
French characterized by numerous borrowings from English.
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French that contains a significant quantity of English words and phrases.
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Alternative capitalization of Franglais.
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(often derogatory) French terms or expressions recently borrowed from the English language.
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(often derogatory) The poor French spoken by anglophones.
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Origin of franglais

  • Blend of French français French (from Old French franceis) (from France France) and anglais English (from Old French englois) (from Old English Angel) (from Latin Anglī the Angles Angle)
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From French franglais, blend of français (“French”) and anglais (“English”).
    From Wiktionary