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FOREIGN WORDS AND PHRASES COMMONLY USED IN ENGLISH

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Across
  1. 3. (from Latin) for the meantime
  2. 5. (from French) high-quality cooking
  3. 6. (from Latin) by that very fact or act
  4. 8. (from Latin) genuine, real
  5. 11. (from German) an apparition or double of a living person
  6. 13. (from Latin) seize the day
  7. 14. (from French) a seductive woman
  8. 16. (from French) obligatory, required by etiquette or current fashion
  9. 17. (from French) the sense of having experienced the present situation before
  10. 20. (from French) a sudden violent seizure of power
Down
  1. 1. (from Latin) in an extremely difficult situation
  2. 2. (from French) between ourselves
  3. 4. (from Latin) in the original or appropriate position
  4. 7. (from French) a thing that has been done or decided and cannot be altered
  5. 9. (from French) the designing and making of clothes by leading fashion houses
  6. 10. (from French) a person with a sociable and luxurious lifestyle
  7. 12. (from French) a person whose behaviour is unconventional or controversial
  8. 15. (from French) a word or phrase with two possible interpretations
  9. 18. (from French) a light-hearted display of wit
  10. 19. (from French) an embarrassing blunder or indiscretion