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tout ensemble

[ too tahn-sahn-bluh ]
/ tu tɑ̃ˈsɑ̃ blə /
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adverb French.
all together.
noun
the assemblage of parts or details, as in a work of art, considered as forming a whole; the ensemble.
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British Dictionary definitions for tout ensemble

tout ensemble
/ French (tut ɑ̃sɑ̃blə) /

adverb
everything considered; all in all
noun
the total impression or effect
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