[kreeduh kœr; English kree duh kur] /kridə ˈkœr; English ˈkri də ˈkɜr/

noun, plural cris de coeur
[kreeduh kœr; English kreez duh kur] /kridə ˈkœr; English ˈkriz də ˈkɜr/ (Show IPA). French.
an anguished cry of distress or indignation; outcry.
/ˌkriː də ˈkɜː/
noun (pl) cris de coeur
a cry from the heart; heartfelt or sincere appeal


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