literally: on the menu; In restaurants it refers to ordering individual dishes rather than a fixed-price meal.
à la mode
idiomatic: in the style; In the United States, the phrase is used to describe a dessert with an accompanying scoop of ice cream example: apple pie à la mode.
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regardingconcerning note that the correct French syntax is à propos de
farewell; literally means to God, it carries more weight than au revoir goodbye, literally Until re-seeing. It is definitive, implying you will never see the other person again
preview; a first impression; initial insight.
up-to-date; abreast of current affairs.
being conversant in or with, or instructed in or with.
See you later In French a contraction of Au plaisir de vous revoir to the pleasure of seeing you again.
applied to cutting-edge or radically innovative movements in art, music and literature; figuratively on the edge, literally, a military term, meaning vanguard which is a corruption of avant-garde or advance guard, in other words, first to attack