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1. Common sense; that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason.
2. In ancient Greek philosophy, the capacity to reason and acquire knowledge, as distinguished from sensation.
3. In some philosophies, the part of the human spirit that is capable of rational thought.
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(Greek: mind, intellect; the reason; common sense)
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entre nous (adverb); more entre nous, most entre nous
Pertaining to how private matters or secrets are told or held in strict confidence between one person and another one: Jerome told his friend entre nous about an incident that happened at work.

George heard entre nous that Sam and Alice were getting married the following week.

Pertaining to a secret or private matter.
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A reference to keeping a secret.
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