- n a private conversation between two people
- n small sofa that seats two people
- s involving two persons; intimately private
a tete-a-tete supper
- The senator's first tete-a-tete of the day was not with Brown but with Tony Blair, ostensibly to discuss Middle East politics (Blair is the special envoy to the region for the .
- Still, the Pope remains the underdog in this intellectual tete-a-tete.
- Senior North Korean government officials are scheduled to travel to Seoul this week for ministerial-level talks, the first such tete-a-tete in nine months.
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- The China Syndrome
Chinese hacking exploits became mainstream news over the past few months leading up to last week’s meeting between U.S. President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping. While cybersecurity was a primary topic however, there was no breakthrough deal coming out of the tete-a-tete. The two countries did agree to work together on cybersecurity issues in the future.
June 17, 2013 - Network World
- Peter MacKay in National Post
Would we like to accelerate that? Yes. That's going to require a real frank sit down, tete-a-tete with the shipbuilders association and the shipyards and the unions to get these procurement projects back on track, or back in the slip,Mr....
- Emma Snowsill in Melbourne Herald Sun
I was seeing stars but I wasn't going to waste my time having a tete-a-tete in the boxing ring,said Snowsill, when asked if she could identify her assailant. "But the trouble was they had just picked my wetsuit up and ripped it down. That...
- Andrei Zvyagintsev in Sydney Morning Herald
It is very difficult for me to answer those questions without talking about the meaning of the film,Zvyagintsev says. "I don't talk about it. I prefer to leave the audience alone with the film tete-a-tete and not influence their perception...