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Rapport vs Rapore

Rapport, meaning a friendly relationship in which people understand each other very well, is the correct word.

  • She understood the importance of establishing a close rapport with clients.
  • He said he wanted ‘to establish a rapport with the Indian people’.
  • We’d worked together for years and developed a close/good rapport.
  • She has an excellent rapport with her staff.

While rapore is not a word.