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  • n. Alternative form of canteen.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See canteen.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See canteen.


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  • Your example of a cantine is not a fair representation.

    Because Feminism IS needed to tackle old and new gender inequalities… « My Liberal Democrat Political Ramblings…

  • I have said that the cantine are the cellars where the people keep their wine.

    Alps and Sanctuaries of Piedmont and the Canton Ticino

  • Three emails over a period of weeks to the winemaker Alessandro Ceci seeking comment about grape growing and winemaking practices at the cantine have gone without reply.

    Department of Greenwashing: Ceci La Luna lambrusco | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • I have never come across the arguments he puts forward around the ways he says Feminists would challenge the wages men and women get for doing a cantine job.

    2009 August « My Political Ramblings…

  • However, whilst he believes that in terms of a stereotypical male job such as bricklaying, women should not be paid the same as men (obviously showing his sexist conception of what women should really be doing – kitchen and bedroom) that men however, SHOULD get the same amount of money as women for working in a cantine.

    2009 August « My Political Ramblings…

  • It had a renowned cantine, where we were served in courses by Portuguese women, but most of us preferred the café across the street, which was equipped with pinball machines and a jukebox from which issued a steady diet of French pop interspersed with the Rolling Stones and the Rubettes.

    Dreaming in French

  • Max shares with me his day, including les rabs* he ate at the cantine* he loved the broccoli quiche, which dispels yet another self-made myth: that the French don't like broccoli.


  • This is a cute, casual place to keep in mind if you are in Ixelles, and at the end of the meal my boyfriend concluded, "I think this is going to become my cantine."

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • I ask my daughter, beginning my morning checklist/commentary, which includes: Do you have your ticket de cantine?

    Words in a French Life

  • The sweet welcoming smell of nicotine and bingo dabbers, the kind adventuresome elderly, the delicious array of gourmet cuisine available at the “cantine” and most of all the fun and flirty 40 year old, slightly overweight fellow male volunteers



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