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entente Saltos de línea: en|tente
Pronunciación: /ɒnˈtɒnt/
/ɒ̃ˈtɒ̃t/
(also entente cordiale ˌkɔːdɪˈɑːl)

Definición de entente en inglés:

sustantivo

1A friendly understanding or informal alliance between states or factions: the emperor hoped to bring about an entente with Russia
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • After all, every previous alliance, coalition, entente, empire, community, or monetary union of European states has collapsed sooner or later.
  • First came the alliance with Japan in 1902, and then the settling of differences with France over colonial issues via the entente of 1904, a process which was repeated with the entente with Russia in 1907.
  • But basically our understanding is good and the entente is without any doubt friendly.
Sinónimos
1.1A group of states in an informal alliance: the unsuccessful scheme to lure Greece into the war on the side of the entente
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The entente was engaged in continual fierce fighting until the Armistice.
1.2 (the Entente Cordiale) The understanding between Britain and France reached in 1904, forming the basis of Anglo-French cooperation in the First World War.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • If anyone had told these two teams that there was an Entente Cordiale between England and France, there was no evidence shown here.

Origen

Mid 19th century: French entente (cordiale) '(friendly) understanding'.

Palabras que riman con entente

aren't, aslant, aunt, can't, chant, courante, détente, enchant, grant, implant, Nantes, plant, shan't, slant, supplant, transplant, underplant

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