dégagé

dégagé

[dey-gah-zhey; French dey-ga-zhey]
adjective
1.
unconstrained; easy, as in manner or style.
2.
without emotional involvement; detached.

Origin:
< French, past participle of dégager to release, free, redeem, Old French desg(u)agier; see de-, gage1; cf. engage

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dégagé (deɡaʒe)
 
adj
1.  unconstrained in manner; casual; relaxed
2.  uninvolved; detached

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