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To have a private conversation.
To have a heart-to-heart.
Literally means `head to head'.
To get together and have a tete-a-tete. Or to sit on the couch with a coffee for a quick tete-a-tete. She leaned forward and confided tete-a-tete that she'd been seeing someone new.
by Newbrisbane.com April 14, 2007
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a) tête-â- tête: a French de France term meaning: a private face-to-face conversation, excluding all "technological" communication devices including regular mail.

b) (when the word is used in an oral or written request): a request for a future private face-to-face meeting
do we even, as a society, know what the term tête-â- tête as in my definition a) above refers to, or do did we, in our technologically convenient world forget what it is?
by Sexydimma January 02, 2014
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