Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of carnet.

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Examples

  • Non fiction (Hors-fiction): “Les carnets du Futurible”, Mario

    sfawardswatch: Prix Boréal

  • Flight engineer Estevez, who had stepped in to take control of checking passengers 'carnets, government-issued ID cards, assured the ticket taker he would accept responsibility for other passengers.

    Flight To Freedom

  • I push a pile of papers, a bottle of eau gazeuse, * a few thirsty ballpoint pens, two dictionaries, one French phrasebook and two pocket carnets* to the end of my desk.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • We thought the trucks would be miles behind and as they had the carnets were sure we had no chance of crossing into Rwanda that night.

    Long Way Down

  • At the customs yard we checked the bikes then settled down for the carnets to be worked through.

    Long Way Down

  • We got to the trucks, grabbed the carnets and sped off again.

    Long Way Down

  • I push a pile of papers, a bottle of eau gazeuse,* a few thirsty ballpoint pens, two dictionaries, one French phrasebook and two pocket carnets* to the end of my desk.

    maigrichon - French Word-A-Day

  • Chaque homme est lié au monde: carnets août 1939–août 1944.

    The Sion Revelation

  • Tourista dibujos : une compilation de carnets de voyage /[Marseille] : Le Dernier Cri, [2004]

    New Library Comics: Week of July 11, 2005

  • M. Lacaze and I copied the most striking features in our carnets; he taking the right or southern side and leaving the other block to me.

    The Land of Midian

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