attache[ a-ta-shey, at-uh- or, esp. British, uh-tash-ey ]SEE DEFINITION OF attache
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Attache to the Ministry of the Foreign Affairs does not seem so good.
I kinder think that it will be respectable to be Attache to such a man as that.
The last personage is Jube Japan, a black servant of the Attache.
He took the attache's arm, and left the small sacristry with him.
Is the first attache of the legation, Baron Werdern, in the palace?
At the head of the staircase my friend, the attache, met me.
The Attache promised that he would and returned to his post in Paris.
Pierre Troubetskoi had long known my father, who had been an attache in Russia.
The count made a significant grimace, and executed something very like a wink, and the attache nodded significantly.
In the meantime, I beg leave to introduce to you my "Attache," who will precede me several days.
1835, from French attaché "junior officer attached to the staff of an ambassador, etc.," literally "attached," past participle of attacher "to attach" (see attach). Attache case "small leather case for carrying papers" first recorded 1900.