noun, plural en·tentes [ahn-tahnts; French ahn-tahnt]. /ɑnˈtɑnts; French ɑ̃ˈtɑ̃t/.
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I can't say I'm particularly hopeful that Iran will approach this entente in good faith.
Lately, according to Ken Pollack, Washington and Tehran have been in a kind of unexpected entente in Iraq.
In the 1950s, big corporation and big labor forged an entente, in which they generally agreed to share an expanding pie.The NFL Referees’ Strike Highlights Larger Truths About the U.S. Economy|Daniel Gross|September 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Israel, of course, has legitimate security concerns, especially in light of the recent Fatah-Hamas entente.
There had long been rumors of an entente between Archduke and Kaiser, but this!The Secret Witness|George Gibbs
There is an anecdote of the latter which, as an example of thrust and parry in double entente, is hardly to be matched.Court Beauties of Old Whitehall|W. R. H. Trowbridge
So these members of the Entente had to be assisted in making purchases abroad.
The French entente cordiale was remembered, and our Sovereign had long ago been declared to be the first diplomat in Europe.The Invasion|William Le Queux
Liber and his colleague Dahn were at that time among the staunchest supporters of the policy of the Entente in Russia.The myth of the Jewish menace in world affairs|Lucien Wolf