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How to spell POUCES correctly?

"Pouces" is a common misspelling of the French word "pouce" which means "inch" in English. To correct this mistake, one can simply replace "pouces" with "pouce". Making this adjustment will ensure accurate communication when referring to measurements in inches.

List of suggestions on how to spell pouces correctly

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