en rapport definition

  • adjective:
    • Being in agreement; good.
    • In contract; unified
    • becoming in agreement; unified.
    • Being in agreement; good.
    • In arrangement; good
    • In arrangement; good
  • others:
    • In accord, harmony, or sympathy; having a mutual, esp. a personal, comprehending; of a hypnotic topic, becoming this kind of a mental state regarding be particularly subject to the impact of a person or people.
    • In relation or link; in or into communication or association; specifically, in sympathetic connection: since, to carry A en rapport with B, or two people together.
    • In agreement, equilibrium, or sympathy; having a mutual, esp. a personal, understanding; of a hypnotic subject, becoming this kind of a mental state on be specifically subject to the influence of a person or persons.
    • In connection or link; in or into interaction or relationship; specially, in sympathetic connection: because, to create A en rapport with B, or two persons with each other.
    • In agreement, equilibrium, or sympathy; having a mutual, esp. an exclusive, understanding; of a hypnotic subject, being in such a mental state regarding be particularly subject to the influence of a person or persons.
    • In connection or connection; in or into communication or connection; especially, in sympathetic relation: because, to carry A en relationship with B, or two persons with each other.
  • noun:
    • in accord, balance, or sympathy; having a mutual, specially a personal, understanding; in mesmerism, for the reason that relation of sympathy which permits influence or communication.
    • in accord, equilibrium, or sympathy; having a mutual, particularly an exclusive, comprehending; in mesmerism, for the reason that relation of sympathy which allows influence or communication.
    • in accord, equilibrium, or sympathy; having a mutual, specifically a private, understanding; in mesmerism, in that connection of sympathy which permits impact or communication.
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