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English definition of “vis-à-vis”

vis-à-vis

preposition     /ˌviːzəˈviː/
relating to something, or in comparison with something: I have to speak to James vis-à-vis the conference arrangements.Regarding and concerningLinking and relatingComparing and contrasting
(Definition of vis-à-vis preposition from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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