à deux

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from French à deux.

AdjectiveEdit

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à deux

  1. Of, for, or involving only two people; one-on-one.
    "It is arguable that Litvinov, had he met with civility and those supple conversations à deux in which trained diplomats excel, might have stopped the war..." --William Manchester, The Last Lion Vol. 2, page 458

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à deux

  1. privately