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35 terms
Foreign Words Used in English
ad nauseam... (ad noz'ee-um)
aficionado... (uh-fish'ya-nah'doh)
bona fide... (boh'na fide)
bon vivant... (bon vee-vahnt')
(Latin) to a sickening degree
(Spanish) an ardent devotee, expert
(Latin) in good faith; genuine
(French) a person who lives luxuriously and enjoys high-quali…
ad nauseam... (ad noz'ee-um)
(Latin) to a sickening degree
aficionado... (uh-fish'ya-nah'doh)
(Spanish) an ardent devotee, expert
51 terms
Foreign words used in english
Alter ego
Alma mater
Antebellum
Bona fide
Other self (Latin)
Old-school (Latin )
Before war (Latin )
Real, geniune (Latin )
Alter ego
Other self (Latin)
Alma mater
Old-school (Latin )
25 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases used in English
caveat emptor
carte blanche
tete-a-tete
pas de deux
Latin phrase meaning "Let the buyer beware"; A commercial pri…
French for "free to do as you please"; Full freedom or author…
French for "head to head"; A private, intimate conversation b…
French for "steps for two" A dance for two that is an establi…
caveat emptor
Latin phrase meaning "Let the buyer beware"; A commercial pri…
carte blanche
French for "free to do as you please"; Full freedom or author…
20 terms
Frequently Used Foreign Words
A Capella (Italian)
Ad Hoc (Latin)
Aficianado (Spanish)
Alfresco (Italian)
Vocally
For a Particular Purpose
Fan, Enthusiast
In the open air
A Capella (Italian)
Vocally
Ad Hoc (Latin)
For a Particular Purpose
20 terms
Foreign words used in English.
Bon appetit
Bon voyage
Bonjour
Bon vivant
Enjoy your meal.
Have a good journey.
Good day.
One who enjoys the good life.
Bon appetit
Enjoy your meal.
Bon voyage
Have a good journey.
9 terms
Useful Foreign Words & Phrases
cri de Coeur (French)
du jour (French)
je suis (French)
zeitgeist (German)
cry of the heart
of the day
I am
spirit of the time
cri de Coeur (French)
cry of the heart
du jour (French)
of the day
20 terms
Foreign words used in English
Faux pas
Du jour
Esprit de corps
Avant-garde
A slip or blunder in etiquette, manners, or conduct; an embar…
As prepared on the particular day; of the kind being served t…
A feeling of pride, fellowship, and common loyalty shared by…
Cutting edge; new; experimental; innovative-- especially in t…
Faux pas
A slip or blunder in etiquette, manners, or conduct; an embar…
Du jour
As prepared on the particular day; of the kind being served t…
40 terms
Foreign Words Used in English
A la carte (French)
A la carte (English)
A la mode (French)
A la mode (English)
According to the menu
Ordering individual items from the menu
Fashionable
With ice cream
A la carte (French)
According to the menu
A la carte (English)
Ordering individual items from the menu
15 terms
Commonly Used Foreign Words
Caveat Emptor
Carte Blanche
Tete-a- tete
Pas de deux
Denotation: "Buyer Beware" the buyer is responsible for cheat…
Denotation: Permission to do something in any way you chose... C…
Denotation: a private conversation between two people; an S s…
Denotation: a dance duet in which two dancers, typically male…
Caveat Emptor
Denotation: "Buyer Beware" the buyer is responsible for cheat…
Carte Blanche
Denotation: Permission to do something in any way you chose... C…
20 terms
commonly used foreign words
de jour
faux pas
esprit de corps
avant-garde
as prepared on the particular day; of the kind being served t…
a slip or blunder in etiquette, manners, or conduct; an embar…
a feeling of pride , fellowship , and common loyalty shared b…
cutting edge, new , expire mental, innovative- expect ally in…
de jour
as prepared on the particular day; of the kind being served t…
faux pas
a slip or blunder in etiquette, manners, or conduct; an embar…
Commonly used foreign words
Caveat Empter
Carte Blanche
Tete a Tete
Pas de deux
Denotation: The buyer is responsible for chasing... Connotation…
Denotation: Complete freedom to act as one wishes or thanks b…
Denotation: A private conversation between two persons.... Conno…
Denotation: Dance for two people.... Connotation: Not two... Etymol…
Caveat Empter
Denotation: The buyer is responsible for chasing... Connotation…
Carte Blanche
Denotation: Complete freedom to act as one wishes or thanks b…
8 terms
Commonly used foreign words
Caveat Emptor
Carte Blanche
Tete-a-tete
Pas De Deux
Denotation: The principle that a person who buys something ma…
Denotation: Complete freedom to act as one wishes or thinks b…
Denotation: a private conversation between two people.... Connot…
Denotation: a dance duet in which two dancers, typically a ma…
Caveat Emptor
Denotation: The principle that a person who buys something ma…
Carte Blanche
Denotation: Complete freedom to act as one wishes or thinks b…
20 terms
Foreign Words Used Today
Per Se
Vice Versa
Et Cetera
Status Quo
"On it's own" or "itself"
The order of two items reversed
Several unspecified, but related, items. Typically abbreviate…
The way things currently are
Per Se
"On it's own" or "itself"
Vice Versa
The order of two items reversed
25 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases used in English
caveat emptor
carte blanche
tete-a-tete
pas de deux
Latin phrase meaning "Let the buyer beware"; A commercial pri…
French for "free to do as you please"; Full freedom or author…
French for "head to head"; A private, intimate conversation b…
French for "steps for two" A dance for two that is an establi…
caveat emptor
Latin phrase meaning "Let the buyer beware"; A commercial pri…
carte blanche
French for "free to do as you please"; Full freedom or author…
10 terms
Foreign Words Used in English
Laissez faire
Tête-a-tête
Pas de deux
Caveat
Doctrine that states that the government should not limit bui…
A private conversation between two people.
A partner dance of ballet steps.
A warning of a specific limitation.
Laissez faire
Doctrine that states that the government should not limit bui…
Tête-a-tête
A private conversation between two people.
9 terms
Useful Foreign Words & Phrases
cri de Coeur (French)
du jour (French)
je suis (French)
zeitgeist (German)
cry of the heart
of the day
I am
spirit of the time
cri de Coeur (French)
cry of the heart
du jour (French)
of the day
26 terms
1D: Foreign Words used in English
Old English
Middle English
Early Modern English
Habeus corpus
The earliest form of English that was first used around 450 A…
After the Normans invaded Engliand in 1066, the various diale…
The one dialect fo English that remained after 1500.
The Latin phrase that means "you have one body"
Old English
The earliest form of English that was first used around 450 A…
Middle English
After the Normans invaded Engliand in 1066, the various diale…
17 terms
Foreign Words & Phrases Used in English
a cappella
alfresco
avant-garde
bona fide
(Italian) sung without instrumental accompaniment
(Italian) in the open air
(French) new and unusual or experimental ideas, especially in…
(Latin) genuine; real
a cappella
(Italian) sung without instrumental accompaniment
alfresco
(Italian) in the open air
47 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases Used in English
ad hoc
alma mater
aria
bete noire
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
fairly elaborate solo in operas, cantatas, etc.
your most hated thing; literally black beast
ad hoc
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
alma mater
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
9 terms
Commonly used foreign Words 2
Diction
Figurative language
Imagery
Understatement
choice of words in speaking or writing for clear and effectiv…
language not intended to be taken literally but layered with…
the use of language to create mental images and sensory impre…
a rhetorical technique, often incorporating irony and humor,…
Diction
choice of words in speaking or writing for clear and effectiv…
Figurative language
language not intended to be taken literally but layered with…
46 terms
Katakana (Characters used for foreign words)
a
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a
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50 terms
Foreign words used frequently in English
Weltschmerz
weltanschuuang
zeitgeist
doppelganger
Sorrow over the difficulties/injustices of the world
Ones own view/philosophy of life
Spirit of the times
Ghostly double; dual counterpart
Weltschmerz
Sorrow over the difficulties/injustices of the world
weltanschuuang
Ones own view/philosophy of life
20 terms
Frequently Used Foreign Words and Phrases
a capella (italian)
ad hoc (latin)
aficianado (spanish)
alfresco (italian)
vocally
for a particular purpose
fan, enthusiast
in the open air
a capella (italian)
vocally
ad hoc (latin)
for a particular purpose
36 terms
Foreign words used in Lit Crit
Addubitatio
Allienisarison
Anceps
Apologia
Latin counterpart of Diaphoresis, a speaker express genuine o…
Welsh for the effect produced by a foreign Diphthong followed…
In latin means two headed. in quantitave prosody, a syllable…
Latin form of apology
Addubitatio
Latin counterpart of Diaphoresis, a speaker express genuine o…
Allienisarison
Welsh for the effect produced by a foreign Diphthong followed…
88 terms
MAT foreign words used in English
addenda
ad hoc
aficionado
agent provocateur
a list of additions (latin)
for a particular purpose (latin)
an ardent devotee (Spanish)
one who indicates another person or an organization (French)
addenda
a list of additions (latin)
ad hoc
for a particular purpose (latin)
15 terms
Frequently Used Foreign Words and Phrases
au naturel
au revoir
cognoscenti
coup d' etat
nude, plain
goodbye
intellectuals, those "in the know"
overthrow the government
au naturel
nude, plain
au revoir
goodbye
50 terms
Foreign Words Used for Performance Directions
a
aber
a capella
accelerando/accel.
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
but
unaccompanied (singing)
gradually getting faster
a
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
aber
but
96 terms
Foreign Words used for performance directions
saltando, saltato
sans
sautillé
scherzando, scherzoso
springing, a light bouncing bow technique
without
springing, a light bouncing bow technique
playful, joking
saltando, saltato
springing, a light bouncing bow technique
sans
without
10 terms
Common foreign words used in English
Laissez faire
Tête-a-tete
Pas de deux
Caveat
government should regulate as little as possible.
head to head or a one on one between two people.
a partner dance of ballet steps.
let him/her beware.
Laissez faire
government should regulate as little as possible.
Tête-a-tete
head to head or a one on one between two people.
38 terms
Foreign Words used for Performance Directions
a (I) à (F)
aber (G)
a cappella (I)
accelerando, accel. (I)
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
but
unaccompanied (reffering to choral music- lit. 'in church sty…
gradually getting faster
a (I) à (F)
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
aber (G)
but
17 terms
Frequently used foreign words and frases
A Capella
Ad hoc
Aficionado
Alfresco
Vocally
For a particular purpose
Fan, enthusiast
In the open air
A Capella
Vocally
Ad hoc
For a particular purpose
20 terms
Frequently used foreign words and phrases
A Capella
Ad hoc
Aficianado
Alfresco
Vocally
For a particular purpose
Fan, enthusiast
In the open air
A Capella
Vocally
Ad hoc
For a particular purpose
47 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases Used in English
ad hoc
alma mater
aria
bete noire
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
fairly elaborate solo in operas, cantatas, etc.
your most hated thing; literally black beast
ad hoc
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
alma mater
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
20 terms
Frequently used foreign words and phrases
A capella
Ad hoc
Aficiando
Alfresco
Vocally
For a particular purpose
Fan, enthusiast
In the open air
A capella
Vocally
Ad hoc
For a particular purpose
20 terms
Frequently Used Foreign Words and Phrases
A Capella (Italian)
Ad Hoc (Latin)
Aficionado (Spainish)
Alfresco (Italian)
Vocally
For a particular purpose
Fan, enthusiast
In the open air
A Capella (Italian)
Vocally
Ad Hoc (Latin)
For a particular purpose
36 terms
Foreign words used in Lit Crit
Addubitatio
Allienisarison
Anceps
Apologia
Latin counterpart of Diaphoresis, a speaker express genuine o…
Welsh for the effect produced by a foreign Diphthong followed…
In latin means two headed. in quantitave prosody, a syllable…
Latin form of apology
Addubitatio
Latin counterpart of Diaphoresis, a speaker express genuine o…
Allienisarison
Welsh for the effect produced by a foreign Diphthong followed…
109 terms
Foreign Words Used for Performance Directions
a
aber
a cappella
accelerando, accel.
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
but
unaccompanied (refering to choral music)
gradually getting faster
a
at, to, by, for, in, in the style of
aber
but
48 terms
Commonly Used Foreign Words and Phrases
El pluribus unum
C'est la vie
Bon jour
Hasta la vista
out of many one - Latin
it is the life - French
hello - French
see you later - Spanish
El pluribus unum
out of many one - Latin
C'est la vie
it is the life - French
20 terms
Frequently Used Foreign Words and Phrases
A Capella
Ad Hoc
Aficianado
Alfresco
Vocally
For a particular purpose
Fan, enthusiast
In the open air
A Capella
Vocally
Ad Hoc
For a particular purpose
88 terms
foreign words and phrases used in English
addenda
ad hoc
aficionado
agent provocateur
a list of additions (Latin)
for a particular purpose (Latin)
an ardent devotee (Spanish)
one who incites another person or an organization (French)
addenda
a list of additions (Latin)
ad hoc
for a particular purpose (Latin)
47 terms
Foreign words and phrases used in English
Ad hoc
Alma mater
Aria
Bête noire
With respect to this; for a particular purpose
One's old school; literally our fostering mother
Fairly elaborate solo in operas, cantatas, etc
Your most hated thing; literally black beast
Ad hoc
With respect to this; for a particular purpose
Alma mater
One's old school; literally our fostering mother
10 terms
Common foreign words used in English
Laissez faire
Têtê-à-tête
Pas de deux
Caveat
Government should regulate as little as possible
Head-to-head
A partner dance of ballet steps
Let him/ her beware, expressed reservations or caution, contr…
Laissez faire
Government should regulate as little as possible
Têtê-à-tête
Head-to-head
10 terms
Common foreign words used in english
Laissez faire
Tête-à-tête
Pas de deux
Caveat
Government should regulate as little as possible
Head to head, privately, usually just between two people
A partner dance of ballet steps
"Let him/her beware" it is now generalized as a countable nou…
Laissez faire
Government should regulate as little as possible
Tête-à-tête
Head to head, privately, usually just between two people
10 terms
Common Foreign Words Used in English
Laissez faire (les-say FEHR)
Tête-à-tête (tet-uh-TET)
Pas de deux
Caveat
"Let do" Government should regulate as little as possible. Al…
"Head to head" Privately converse, usually between two people
A partner dance of ballet steps. Two people dancing the same…
"Let him/her beware" Any expressed reservation or caution, as…
Laissez faire (les-say FEHR)
"Let do" Government should regulate as little as possible. Al…
Tête-à-tête (tet-uh-TET)
"Head to head" Privately converse, usually between two people
12 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases Used in English
addenda
ad hoc
aficionado
agent provocateur
a list of additions (latin)
for a particular reason (latin)
an ardent devotee (spanish)
one who incites another person or an organization (french)
addenda
a list of additions (latin)
ad hoc
for a particular reason (latin)
47 terms
Foreign Words and Phrases Used in English
ad hoc
alma mater
aria
bete noire
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
fairly elaborate solo in operas, cantatas, etc.
your most hated thing; literally black beast
ad hoc
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
alma mater
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
10 terms
Common foreign words used in english
Laissez faire
Tête-à-tête
Pas de deux
Caveat
Where the government lets people do what they want
One on one/head to head
Partner ballet dance
One rule or caution
Laissez faire
Where the government lets people do what they want
Tête-à-tête
One on one/head to head
10 terms
Common foreign words used in english
Laissez faire
Tête à tête
Pas de duex
Caveat
Let do
Head to head
Dance partners
Let him/her beware
Laissez faire
Let do
Tête à tête
Head to head
15 terms
SAT 1: useful foreign words
bon mot
de rigueur
angst
pro brono
a witty remark or comment
strictly required, as by etiquette, usage, or fashion
dread and anxiety
done or donated without charge; free
bon mot
a witty remark or comment
de rigueur
strictly required, as by etiquette, usage, or fashion
47 terms
KB: Foreign Words and Phrases Used in English
ad hoc
alma mater
aria
bete noire
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
fairly elaborate solo in operas, cantatas, etc.
your most hated thing; literally black beast
ad hoc
with respect to this; for a particular purpose
alma mater
one's old school; literally our fostering mother
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