Hors-de-combat



[awr duh kawn-ba] /ɔr də kɔ̃ˈba/

adverb, adjective, French.
1.
out of the fight; disabled; no longer able to fight.
/ɔr də kɔ̃ba/
adjective, adverb (postpositive)
1.
disabled or injured

1757, French, literally “out of combat.”

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