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Definition of: debouch

(di·boomacrsh) v.i.
1. Mil. To come forth or issue from a defile or a wood into the open.
2. To come forth; emerge.
v.t.

3. To cause to emerge.
noun

1. An opening, especially in military works, for the passage of troops.
2. An outlet for commerce; market. Also French dé·bou·ché (dā·boomacr·shā) noun [<F déboucher <- from (<L dis-) + bouche a mouth]

'debouch' used in domains:

metierdebouche-ferri.com
liegesansgoutdebouchon.com
debouchage-couvert.com
plombier-debouchage-fuite.com
debouchageparis.com
deboucheaoreilles.com

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