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Distrait definition, inattentive because of distracting worries, fears, etc.; absent- minded. See more.

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Distraite definition, (of a woman) inattentive because of distracting worries, fears, etc.; absent-minded. See more.

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Define distraite: distrait —used especially of women. ... Definition of distraite ... Subscribe to America's largest dictionary and get thousands more definitions and  ...

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Define distrait: apprehensively divided or withdrawn in attention : distracted ... Subscribe to America's largest dictionary and get thousands more definitions and  ...

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Define distraite. distraite synonyms, distraite pronunciation, distraite translation, English dictionary definition of distraite. adj. Inattentive or preoccupied ...

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Distrait means "preoccupied with worry." If you can't concentrate on the hot gossip your friend is sharing with you because you can't stop thinking about what  ...

dictionary.reverso.net/french-english/distrait

distrait translation english, French - English dictionary, meaning, see also 'district' ,distraire',distraitement',distant', example of use, definition, conjugation, ...

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Origin of distrait. Middle English from Old French destrait, past participle of distraire from Classical Latin distrahere: see distract. Webster's New World College ...

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Mid 18th century: French, from Old French destrait, past participle of destraire ' distract', from Latin distrahere 'pull apart' (see distract).