Definition of 'etiquette'
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If only we could consult our resident etiquette expert. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This might improve online etiquette and behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The answers must surely lie in social etiquette. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Perhaps he felt that turning his back on royalty was a serious breach of etiquette. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our preoccupation with class and social etiquette had blunted our competitive edge. Times, Sunday Times (2013)What is the correct etiquette in this situation? Times, Sunday Times (2008)But this was not the way to handle a mere breach of etiquette. The Sun (2015)What is the correct etiquette in the cinema? Times, Sunday Times (2006)What is the correct etiquette in such circumstances? Times, Sunday Times (2012)What is the correct etiquette in dealing with these strangers and their uninvited comments? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Weddings are a maze of social etiquette and it is perfectly natural to think you are adding to the spiralling costs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Once the deal is done, there is a certain etiquette to adhere to. Times, Sunday Times (2016)By their codes of etiquette, they would always have an open fan covering their face. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Who better to turn to than history's most renowned expert in the etiquette of seduction. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Nonetheless, a certain etiquette will encourage a more inclusive attitude from them. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This involves a detailed, introspective look at etiquette and behaviour generally. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also grinned - apparently not a breach of military etiquette. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I miss the social etiquette of alcohol. The Sun (2012)Obviously, two breaches of etiquette don't make a right. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He visits an academy in Mumbai that teaches British business protocol and social etiquette. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'etiquette'
British English: etiquette NOUN
Etiquette is a set of customs and rules for polite behaviour, especially among a particular class of people or in a particular profession.
This was such a great breach of etiquette, he hardly knew what to do.
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