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haute école

[ oht ey-kohl, -kawl; French oh tey-kawl ]
/ ˌoʊt eɪˈkoʊl, -ˈkɔl; French oʊ teɪˈkɔl /
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noun, plural hautes é·coles [ohts ey-kohl, -kawl; French oht zey-kawl]. /ˌoʊts eɪˈkoʊl, -kɔl; French oʊt zeɪˈkɔl/.
a series of intricate steps, gaits, etc., taught to an exhibition horse.
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Origin of haute école

<French: literally, high school
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British Dictionary definitions for haute école

haute école
/ French (ot ekɔl) /

noun
the classical art of riding

Word Origin for haute école

literally: high school
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