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Topic: TECHNOLOGY

Date: 1600-1700
Origin: Perhaps from early modern French flaunche, from Old French flanc; FLANK1

flange

noun
     
flange [countable]
T the flat edge that stands out from an object such as a railway wheel, to keep it in the right position or strengthen it
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