One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With one's family, or as a family.‘when they went out en famille, Steven always drove’
- ‘Actually, we went out en famille to a swish noodle bar earlier today.’
- ‘A few days later I was back in Kirtlington, but this time it was for Sunday lunch en famille.’
- ‘We went out en famille in the mornings, and in the afternoons handed the children over to the care of our holiday tour operator.’
French, literally ‘in family’.
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