affair

  1. a vaguely specified concern
  2. a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
  3. a vaguely specified social event

affair

[n] - a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship 2. [n] - a vaguely specified social event
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Affair

Af·fair' (ăf*fâr') noun [ Middle English afere , affere , Old French afaire , French affaire , from a faire to do; Latin . ad + facere to do. See Fact , and confer Ado .] 1. That which is done or is to be done; matter; c...
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affair

occasion 1 social occasion noun a vaguely specified social event; `the party was quite an affair`; `an occasion arranged to honor the president`; `a seemingly endless round of social functions`
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affair

affaire noun a usually secretive or illicit sexual relationship
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affair

noun a vaguely specified concern; `several matters to attend to`; `it is none of your affair`; `things are going well`
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Affair

• (n.) Any proceeding or action which it is wished to refer to or characterize vaguely; as, an affair of honor, i. e., a duel; an affair of love, i. e., an intrigue. • (n.) An action or engagement not of sufficient magnitude to be called a battle. • (n.) Action; endeavor. • (n.) A material object (vaguely designated). • (n....
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Affair

Affair is political slang for a reception held for the purposes of fundraising and/or honouring the achievements of an individual.
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Affair

Affair is political slang for a reception held for the purposes of fundraising and/or honouring the achievements of an individual.
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Affair

In military terminology, an affair is an action or engagement not of sufficient magnitude to be called a battle.
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