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Looking for the best term to talk about an ingredient instead of a hyponym of something

The official term for the semantic relation of the example you give is a meronym (un méronyme), but this term is linguistic (and computer-science) jargon. An “ingredient” is something different. It ...
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What do French people use to say “gorgeous” besides beau/belle?

In a familiar context you would often hear the phrase "trop beau" or "trop belle". When used in that way "trop" conveys a meaning of intensification, there's no implied ...
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