abattoir

[n] - a building where animals are butchered
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Abattoir

A`bat`toir' (ȧ`bȧt`twär') noun ; plural Abattoirs (- twärz'). [ French, from abattre to beat down. See Abate .] A public slaughterhouse for cattle, sheep, etc.
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abattoir

butchery noun a building where animals are butchered
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Abattoir

• (n.) A public slaughterhouse for cattle, sheep, etc.
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abattoir

abattoir (ăb"utwär') [Fr.], building for butchering. The abattoir houses facilities to slaughter animals; dress, cut and inspect meats; and refrigerate, cure, and manufacture byproducts. The largest abattoirs are those of the meatpacking industry. Plant construction, drainage, wat...
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Abattoir

Abattoir is a French term, adopted in English, for a slaughter-house. Napoleon instituted the public abattoir system in Paris in 1807 which was brought to completion in 1818.
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Abattoir

A plant or factory where cattle are slaughtered for food (also known as a processing plant, slaughterhouse, or meatworks).
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Abattoir

A plant or factory where cattle are slaughtered for food (also known as a processing plant, slaughterhouse, or meatworks).
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abattoir

public slaughterhouse
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