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Employ. s. m. v. L'usage qu'on fait de quelque chose. Faire un bon employ, un mauvais employ de son argent, de son temps. il n'a pû faire voir l'employ de l'argent qu'il a touché. il faut faire apparoistre de l'employ des deniers. quittance d'employ. l'employ d'une partie couchée dans un compte. faux employ. double employ.
Employ signifie aussi, L'occupation, la fonction d'une personne qu'on employe. Grand employ. bel employ. employ honorable. employ ruineux. penible employ. donner de l'employ. estre sans employ. demeurer sans employ. briguer de l'employ. se bien acquitter de
son employ. il a eu de grands emplois. il a passé par de grands emplois. il a eu les plus beaux emplois de la robe.

Dictionnaire de l'Académie française . 1964.

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