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See also: Communiqué and communique
Borrowed from French communiqué (“something communicated”), past participle of communiquer (“to communicate”).
communiqué (plural communiqués)
- An official report or statement, such as a government press release or the report of a conference.
- 2014, Loraine Sievers; Sam Daws, The Procedure of the UN Security Council, page 39:
- Otherwise, during the early decades of the Security Council there were few instances when private meetings were held and only a communiqué was issued.
- 2020 June 23, John Bolton, The Room Where It Happened, →ISBN, page 103:
- Another fate the Europeans couldn't contemplate was not having a final communiqué at all, because if there was no final statement, maybe the meeting never took place, and how terrible that would be for mankind.
- See the verb section.
communiqué m (plural communiqués)
communiqué (feminine communiquée, masculine plural communiqués, feminine plural communiquées)
- “communiqué”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.
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