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entre nous(French ɑ̃trə nu)
between ourselves; in confidence
[C17: from French]
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en•tre nous(ˌɑn trə ˈnu, ˌɑ̃-)
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A French phrase meaning between ourselves, used to describe something that is in confidence.
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adverb between ourselves, privately, in confidence, off the record, confidentially, between you and me, between the two of us He was friendly with me - in fact, entre nous, a little too friendly.
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