Shoestring Flyer wrote:In the Oxford English Dictionary for those of us who speak proper like it is spelt with a 'c'.
In Amercanised slang that is sometimes used on 'ere it is spelt with an 's'.
"farse (plural farses)
A vernacular paraphrase inserted into Latin liturgy.
farse (third-person singular simple present farses, present participle farsing, simple past and past participle farsed)
(transitive) To insert vernacular paraphrases into (a Latin liturgy). "
Of course, we definitely need more and unadulterated Latin, the international language of science for centuries, in aviation jargon
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