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adret

[ a-drey ]
/ æˈdreɪ /
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noun
a side of a mountain receiving direct sunlight.
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Origin of adret

1930–35; <French <Provençal (Dauphiné, Provence) adre(i)t,Old Provençal adreg, adret literally, good, suitable (i.e., the good side of the mountain for vineyards, etc.); see adroit
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