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    asking about a word

    Fooding is a valid word?


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    Re: asking about a word


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    Re: asking about a word

    Quote Originally Posted by kaustav View Post
    Fooding is a valid word?
    No, it isn't, it's a French creation using an English word. Like "le parking" referring to a car park/parking lot or "le camping" referring to a camp site.


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    Re: asking about a word

    I rephrase the OP's question: Is this word used in English?

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    Re: asking about a word

    Quote Originally Posted by Kondorosi View Post
    I rephrase the OP's question: Is this word used in English?
    No it isn't, it's used in French (rarely).

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