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Definition of de trop adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary


de trop

NAmE//də ˈtroʊ//
[not before noun] (from French) (formal)
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not wanted, especially in a social situation with other people She deliberately tried to exclude David from the conversation and show him how de trop he was.
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