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Borrowed from French à trois.

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à trois

  1. For or between three parties. Often used in reference to alliances.
    • 2014, Naomi Wood, Mrs. Hemingway, →ISBN:
      Everything, now, is done à trois.
    • 2015, Elizabeth Jeffrey, Meadowlands, →ISBN:
      In the event Lady Adelaide looked rather overdressed for an informal dinner à trois.
    • 2016, From Sadowa to Sarajevo, volume 6, →ISBN:
      Nor, he warned, would he have anything to do with an agreement à trois with Russia.
    A discussion à trois.
    à trois in a Europe of five powers
    (= being allied with three of the five main powers)

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