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dos-à-dos

Pronunciation: /ˌdəʊzəˈdəʊ/

adjective

(Of two books) bound together with a shared central board and facing in opposite directions.

noun (plural same)

A seat or carriage in which the occupants sit back to back.

Origin

French, 'back to back'.

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