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Translation of "canteen" - English-Spanish dictionary

canteen

noun   /kænˈtiːn/
B1 a restaurant in an office, factory, or school cantina
a small container used to carry water or other liquids to drink cantimplora
(Definition of canteen from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

canteen

noun /kӕnˈtiːn/
a place where meals are sold in a factory, barracks etc cantina, comedor We usually eat in the staff canteen.
a case for, or of, cutlery juego de cubiertos a canteen of silver cutlery.
a small container used by soldiers for holding water cantimplora He refilled his canteen from the tap/faucet.
(Definition of canteen from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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