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avantgarde

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English

Etymology

From latin: ab ante + french: garde,
possibly completely from old French: avant (before) + garde (guard)

Noun

Singular
avantgarde

Plural
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  1. The artists of a time considered the most progressive, original or modern.

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Danish

Noun

avantgarde

  1. avantgarde, avant-garde

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