-tawr] Latin, noun
, let the buyer beware
. The person who is purchasing something is responsible
for noting any problems with their purchase
, unless a warranty
Alfresco- Italian, adj, adv, open air, outdoors.
- [bawna-pey-tee] French, true meaning
is that may you enjoy
your meal; however, in France it is a saying that the host
announces to let the guests know it is time to begin eating.
Quid pro quo
- [kwid] Latin, noun
,something given or received for something else.
Practice questions and explanations.
When purchasing a couch at the antique auction
, Mr Willis took note of caveat emptor
before agreeing to the sale.
We had carte blanche
when it came to choosing our fishing site
, and schooner
at the hotel in the Caribbean.
The group enjoyed their time dining alfresco on the San Antonio River Walk in San Antonio, Texas.
The dancers had perfected the pas de deaux
while performing Sleeping Beauty at the local
As usual, Maryann announced “bon appetite
” as we began our first course appetizers at the French restaurant.
It was obvious
to all who attended the hearing that quid pro quo
in the case in front of the jury
Scott and Sarah were boisterous
and could be heard above the entire crowd
as they sang during their 20th
at their alma mater
in Dayton, Ohio.