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Tête-à-tête 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

Tête-à-tête 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam as a French word existing in English used in authentic context in real-life examples and passages with synonyms and illustrations

/ˌteɪt.əˈteɪt/ (noun & adv)

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a private and intimate conversation between two people or friends in a quiet corner or place, talk, one-to-one, chat, chatting, heart-to-heart, face-to-face, in private, dialogue, chitchat, in French, it means “head-to-head”

a special sofa shaped like an S on which two people sit, relax and have conversations


What does Tête-à-Tête mean? and How do I say Tête-à-Tête correctly? Holland produces over 77% of all the flower bulbs in the world, often flower bulb variety names are Dutch or named after a famous Dutch person, place or thing. That is not the case with Tête à Tête Daffodils. Tête à Tête is a French word that means a “face-to-face meeting or private conversation between two people, usually in an intimate setting”. It can also mean a bench or sofa that allows two people to talk face-to-face.* Now knowing the meaning of Tête à Tête, it makes sense that the growers and cultivators in Holland would name this adorable dwarf daffodil Tête à Tête.

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