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    Au fait, pronounced (oh fey), is borrowed from French. It literally means to the point or to the fact. In English we used it to say that someone has the whole picture, complete knowledge of something, or is socially correct. Grammatically it works as an adjective.

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    1. Charlotte_Lucas says:

      In French it’s pronounced “oh fet.”

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