canteen

Set of domestic tableware or cutlery in a fitted wooden case with a hinged lid and often with two or three drawers. There are usually 6 to 12 place settings. The first canteens were portable cases carrying the eating implements of 17thC travellers and military officers.
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Canteen

[magazine] Canteen is an English-language literary and arts magazine published twice a year. Founded in 2007 by publisher Stephen Pierson, editor-in-chief Sean Finney, executive editor Mia Lipman, and former art director Sai Sriskandarajah, the magazine asks its contributors to reveal their creative process to the reader. As described by Fi...
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canteen

[n] - sells food and personal items to personnel at an institution or school or camp etc. 2. [n] - a restaurant outside 3. [n] - a recreation room in an institution 4. [n] - restaurant in a factory 5. [n] - a flask for carrying water
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Canteen

Can·teen' (kăn*tēn') noun [ French cantine bottle case, canteen (cf. Spanish & Italian cantina cellar, bottle case), either contr. from Italian canovettina , dim. of canova cellar, or, more likely, from Old French cant . corner, Italian & Spanish cant...
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canteen

noun a flask for carrying water; used by soldiers or travelers
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canteen

noun a restaurant outside; often for soldiers or policemen
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Canteen

• (n.) A vessel used by soldiers for carrying water, liquor, or other drink. • (n.) The sutler`s shop in a garrison; also, a chest containing culinary and other vessels for officers.
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Canteen

[bottle] A canteen is a drinking water bottle designed to be used by hikers, campers, soldiers and workers in the field. It is usually fitted with a shoulder strap or means for fastening it to a belt, and may be covered with a cloth bag and padding to protect the bottle and insulate the contents. If the padding is soaked with water, evapora...
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Canteen

A store selling items for campers, such as snacks.
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Canteen

A store or shop selling items for camper use while at camp. Can include snacks.
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Canteen

originally described a set of bespoke-made articles used for eating, drinking and personal hygiene whilst travelling; latterly, the general term for a service of flatware and cutlery.
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canteen

Set of domestic tableware or cutlery in a fitted wooden case with a hinged lid and often with two or three drawers. There are usually 6 to 12 place settings. The first canteens were portable cases carrying the eating implements of 17thC travellers and military officers.
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CanTeen

CanTeen, The Australian Organisation for Young People Living with cancer, is the national support organisation for young people (aged 12–24) living with cancer; including cancer patients, their brothers and sisters and young people with parents or primary carers with cancer. CanTeen was created by young cancer patients back in 1985 and its polic...
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