au fait

[ oh fe ]
/ oʊ ˈfɛ /

adjective French.

having experience or practical knowledge of a thing; expert; versed.

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Origin of au fait

literally, to the fact
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British Dictionary definitions for au fait

au fait
/ French (o fɛ, English əʊ ˈfeɪ) /

adjective

fully informed; in touch or expert

Word Origin for au fait

C18: literally: to the point
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