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Preposition. Mid-18th century.
[French from Old French chiese from Latin casa cottage.]
At the house or home of.
Going to stay with Grandma for the summer? Or visiting Mum & Dad at the weekend? Then why not jazz it up a bit by saying your summering chez Grandma, or passing the weekend chez Mama & Papa? Sounds much better, doesn't it? And it saves you characters on Twitter too; that alone is reason to start using chez.
Do you stay or do you chez?
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