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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
MEANING:adjective: Being well-informed or skillful in something.
ETYMOLOGY:From French, literally "to the fact", from Latin facere (to make or do).
USAGE:"Some technology degree holders took two years in a job before they were au fait with the practical skills."
Caitlin McKay; Award for Dedication; Manawatu Standard (New Zealand); Aug 27, 2007.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Words are the small change of thought. -Jules Renard, writer (1864-1910)