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donnée

[ do-ney ]
/ dɒˈneɪ /
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noun
a set of artistic or literary premises or assumptions.
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Origin of donnée

1875–80; <French: literally, given, noun use of feminine past participle of donner to give <Latin dōnāre;see donate
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British Dictionary definitions for donnée

donnée

donn

/ French (dɔne) /

noun
a subject or theme
a basic assumption or fact

Word Origin for donnée

literally: (a) given
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