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What does cher and bon march¨¦ mean? and what's the feminine form of cher?

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    cher/chère = as an adjective = expensive, dear; when it's before a noun - dear, beloved / as an adverb, cher means dear(ly) / the idiom "coûter cher" means to cost a great deal

    chère = as a noun (fem.) means fare, food and drink / the idiom "faire bonne chère" means to live high

    bon marché = (invariable) cheapness; cheap; cheaply

    If you are studying French, it would behoove you to invest in a good paper-back dictionary, French--->English/English--->French

    Sra (aka Mme)

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