Fandango’s One Word Challenge (21 June 2020)

Vis-à-vis comes from Latin by way of French, where it means literally “face-to-face.” In English it was first used to refer to a little horse-drawn carriage in which two people sat opposite each other. From there it acquired various other meanings, such as “dancing partner.” […]

Merriam Wedster Dictionary

for Fandango’s One Word Challenge )FOWC), vis-à-vis.

Author: Mister Bump UK

Formerly Stroke Survivor UK. Designed/developed IT systems for banks, but had a stroke in 2016, aged 48. Returned to developing from home, plus do some voluntary work. Married, with a grown-up, left-home daughter.

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