Definition of Triple Entente in English:

Triple Entente

Syllabification: Tri·ple En·tente
Pronunciation: /ˌtripəl änˈtänt
 
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  • An early-20th-century alliance between Great Britain, France, and Russia. Originally a series of loose agreements, the Triple Entente began to assume the nature of a more formal alliance as the prospect of war with the Central Powers became more likely, and formed the basis of the Allied powers in World War I.

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