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Savoir faire (pronounced: [savwaʁ fɛʁ]) can also refer to:
- Savoir-faire, a French noun phrase that means being adaptable and adroit, knowing what to do in any situation
- Savoir-Faire, interactive fiction by Emily Short
- Savoir Faire (barge), a European cargo vessel built in 1924 and converted into a hotel barge in 1976.
- Savoir-Faire, a character from Klondike Kat
- "Savoir Faire", a song by Chic from the album C'est Chic
- "Savoir Faire", a song by Suede (band) from the album Head Music (1999)
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