- the number 3.
- for, among, or composed of three persons collectively (usually used following the word it modifies): a secret shared à trois.
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Examples from the Web for trois
The lights dimmed and Erik Satie's "Trois Gymnopédies" briefly came over the loud speaker.Prabal Gurung Spring Summer 2014: Electric Feel
September 7, 2013
In 1980 he added Trois Villes Saintes, a barely readable exercise in shamanistic geography.If He Had to be French...
October 9, 2008
The company at the table d'hte of the Trois Maures was varied and amusing.Camps, Quarters and Casual Places
Tadousac and Trois Rivieres were abandoned by all the Indians.
He had gone to the Trois Rivires on urgent affairs, and might be absent for a week.The Golden Dog
He was evidently well and favourably known at the Trois Freres.The Parisians, Complete
Do Ma capote a trois boutons—you know it, don't you, Anabel?Touch and Go
D. H. Lawrence