Definition of 'intrigue'
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Translations for 'intrigue'
British English: intrigue NOUN
Intrigue is the making of secret plans to harm or deceive people.
British English: intrigue VERB
If something, especially something strange, intrigues you, it interests you and you want to know more about it.
The novelty of the situation intrigued him.
Definition of intrigue from the Collins English Dictionary
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