There are 2 definitions of affaire in English:

affaire

Syllabification: af·faire
Pronunciation: /əˈfe(ə)r, äˈfer
 
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(also affaire de or du cœur /də ˈkœr/)

noun

  • A love affair.
    More example sentences
    • In Libya, people put ice in their drinks, had houseboys and conducted affaires.
    • I tried to act utterly cool and nonplussed by the whole affaire de Madamoiselle A.
    • Well, at least I keep my private affaires to myself mostly.

Origin

early 19th century: French, literally 'affair (of the heart)'.

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There are 2 definitions of affaire in English:

affairé

Line breaks: af|fairé
Pronunciation: /aˈfɛːreɪ, afeʀe/

Entry from British & World English dictionary

adjective

  • Busy; involved.

Origin

French, from affaire, from à 'to' + faire 'do'.

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