Middle English cacchen , from Anglo-French cacher, chacher, chacer to hunt, from Vulgar Latin *captiare , alteration of Latin captare to chase, frequentative of capere to take — more at heave
Some current accounts still offer inflation-beating rates and allow a little more flexibility than regular savings accounts.
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"use this to our advantage when we’re looking for love" - Why do you want your advantage to be tricking someone into thinking you look a certain way, whether it be healthier, younger or sexier?