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ca·chet / kaˈshā/ • n. 1. the state of being respected or admired; prestige: no other shipping company had quite the cachet of Cunard. 2. a distinguishing mark or seal. ∎  Philately a printed design added to an envelope to commemorate a special event. 3. a flat capsule enclosing a dose of unpleasant-tasting medicine.

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cachet (Sc.) seal XVII; stamp. mark XIX. — F., f. cacher (in the sense of ‘press’ repr. now in écacher crush) :- Rom. *coacticāre, for L. coactāre constrain, f. coact-, pp. stem of cōgere compel, f. co- CON- + agere drive (see ACT).

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cachet (kash-ay) n. a flat capsule containing a drug that has an unpleasant taste. The cachet is swallowed intact by the patient.

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cachetattaché, cachet, papier-mâché, sachet, sashay •Beaumarchais • recherché • cliché •crochet • touché • ricochet • Pinochet

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