Alina Torovets
Do you use the word "plage" and what does it mean? Thank you!
Nov 30, 2022 11:13 AM
Answers · 4
It's the French for beach (pronounced plazh), so it's possible to hear it used in English in the UK, as many people study French at school. Also, according to the Oxford English dictionary, it means an unusually bright spot on the sun. plage noun Astronomy an unusually bright region on the sun. ORIGIN C19: from French, literally 'beach'.
November 30, 2022
Do you mean plague? Plage means a fashionable beach according to my dictionary, but I’ve never heard it used.
November 30, 2022
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