- at or in the home of; with.
Examples from the Web for chez
In the 1950s, Bill also worked for Chez Ninon, a couture salon owned by the socially well-connected Nona Park and Sophie Shonnard.Knowing Bill Cunningham
March 22, 2010
Scallop Ceviche by Alice Waters The woman behind Chez Panisse serves up a wonderful seafood summer salad.What to Eat
August 25, 2009
Last week, the two were reportedly reunited at chez Diddy, or at least held some sort of summit toward working it out.Does Chris Brown Really Deserve a Break?
March 3, 2009
They had had some sheep's trotters at Chez Thomas at Montmartre.L'Assommoir
It is natural for a young man launched into the world to like his own chez lui.The Parisians, Complete
Eh well, this good Smith he invites me at him—chez lui, how say you?
She had been refused admittance, although she knew he was chez lui.Caught in a Trap
John C. Hutcheson
Apply "Chez La Tour" (my old joint of parlour-dancing days).Believe You Me!
Nina Wilcox Putnam
- at the home of
- with, among, or in the manner of
Word Origin and History for chez
1740, from French chez "at the house of," from Old French chiese "house" (12c.), from Latin casa "house." Used with French personal names, meaning "house of _____."