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|French to English translations [PRO]|
|French term or phrase: civilite|
|This appears on an application form. Companies need to supply a list of persons involved to event organisers - they are asked for - raison sociale, civilite - and then the name and surname of the person. Civilite seems to apply to the company rather than the individual..|
In English it would be TITLE: Mr, Mrs, Ms, Dr...
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