[awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/

noun, plural objets d’art
[awb-zhe dar] /ɔb ʒɛ ˈdar/ (Show IPA). French.
an object of artistic worth or curiosity, especially a small object.
/ɔbʒɛ dar/
noun (pl) objets d’art (ɔbʒɛ dar)
a small object considered to be of artistic worth

“an object on display, an ornament,” 1857, from French objet (14c.), especially in objet d’art (1865), from Latin objectus (see object (n.)).


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