American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- prep. At the home of; at or by.
- prep. At the home of
- Borrowed from French chez (Wiktionary)
- French, from Old French, from Latin casa, cottage, hut. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I'm afraid that this is just a taster of what has been going on this term chez miglior acque but I admit I'll have to cool it for a while.”
“Then they try to tell me that's what I ordered ... "dub chez".”
“Retailers maintained their rendezvous with chez Dior and Galliano and are placing orders.”
“So glad to hear the dogs are safe and sound ... et bien chez vous!”
“Les chiens sont chez vous et "tout va bien dans le monde.”
“I guess you arranged a “Rendez-vous chez le Dentiste” ( 'dentist appointment'), did you?”
“Sooo nice to hear they are having great long walks chez Sullivan!”
“Evenings chez nous are filled with aperos or mini snacking - 'amuse bouches' of foie gras, saucisson and smoked salmon as the French call them, bites that tickle your palate.”
“Hacks outside chez Giggs found their cars smashed up, presumably by self-appointed guardians of the injunctor.”
“Le Braz, La Légende de la mort chez les bretons armoricains Paris: Bel-fond, 1966, 24–27.”
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