Amener etymology


French word amener comes from French mener, French à

Etymology of amener

Detailed word origin of amener

Dictionary entry Language Definition
mener French (fr) (transitive) to lead, to take. To lead, to be leading, to be in the lead. To lead, to run, to take charge.
à French (fr) (before an infinitive) to (used to express something not completed). (cuisine) cooked in or with. Used to describe a part of something, often translated into English as a compound adjective. Used to indicate the recipient of certain phrasal verb.. Used to make compound nouns to state what something is used for. At (said of a particular time). At, in, on (said of a particular place). By. Of [...]
amener French (fr) To bring (a person), take, fetch, give a lift, give a ride. To lead. To reel in (a fish).

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