[French kawn-koor dey-ley-gahns; English kong-koo r del-i-gahns, -gans]
noun, plural con·cours d'é·lé·gance [French kawn-koor dey-ley-gahns; English kong-koo rz del-i-gahns, -gans] /French kɔ̃ kur deɪ leɪˈgɑ̃s; English kɒŋˈkʊərz ˌdɛl ɪˈgɑns, -ˈgæns/.
a public exhibition and competition in which automobiles or other vehicles are judged, chiefly on the basis of elegance and beauty.
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Origin of concours d'élégance
1935–40; < French: literally, elegance competition
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a parade of cars or other vehicles, prizes being awarded to the most elegant, best designed, or best turned-out
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