au récent

ilovemydog27

Member
English-U.S.
Hi,
I was wondering if you could say "au récent" to mean "recently".
I ask because I am trying to read someone's handwriting in French and I think that they might have written that, but it is very hard to tell.
The context would be:

Contact avec la famille Taft souvent. Mais contact chaque année au récent.

Merci d'avance
 
  • Fred_C

    Senior Member
    Français
    Hi,
    No, I do not think you can, unless it is some very strange personal use.
    It must be something else.
     
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