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    Untouchables or intouchables

    Hi,

    I was wondering if there is difference in meaning (or country) for these two words: untouchable and intouchable. These words came from the French film: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Intouchables .

    I appreciate your answer.

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    Re: Untouchables or intouchables

    Welcome to the forums, sachikoy. "Intouchables" is not an English word, it is French and means "untouchables". "Les intouchables" = "The untouchables".

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