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Tête-à-tête ted-ə-TET Part of speech: noun Origin: French, late 17th century
1A private conversation between two people.2An S-shaped sofa on which two people can sit face to face.
 
Examples of Tête-à-tête in a sentence “The world leaders had a private tête-à-tête before the press conference.” “The 20-somethings sat on the tête-à-tête and continued to flirt.”