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As the title says, I'm trying to figure out what "flâneur recherché" means. I don't know the first word but I'm fairly sure the second word is research.

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    Welcome to French Language Nicholas Carlson. When you quote please give context and if you say you do not know a word then say where you looked for it and what it is you do not understand in the definition given by the dictionary. Please visit the help centre and the Asking page. – Laure Aug 7 at 6:09
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Hard to say without context. By definition a 'flâneur' does not do much: it could be someone taking a stroll in a park, or a student not paying attention at school. 'Recherché' may mean 'wanted (by the police)', 'popular' (wanted by a lot of people), 'elaborate'.

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