what's the difference between oeuvre and oeuvrage

Rih

Kwiziq community member

4 December 2015

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what's the difference between oeuvre and oeuvrage

Laura

Kwiziq language super star

4 December 2015

4/12/15

Bonjour Rih, Une œuvre is the general term for a work, task, or deed. Un ouvrage is fairly synonymous, but has a slight nuance in that it refers more to the act of working than to the work itself. Un œuvrage is either a combination of the above (and therefore another synonym) or a typo.

Rih

Kwiziq community member

4 December 2015

4/12/15

merci beaucoup :)

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