cahier

[ka-yey, kah-; French ka-yey]
noun, plural cahiers [ka-yeyz, kah-; French ka-yey] .
1.
Bookbinding. a number of sheets of paper or leaves of a book placed together, as for binding.
2.
a report of the proceedings of any body: A cahier of the committee was presented to the legislature.
3.
(italics) French.
a.
notebook; exercise book; journal.
b.
paperback book.

Origin:
1835–45; < French; Middle French quaer gathering (of sheets of a book); see quire

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cahier (kaje)
 
n
1.  a notebook
2.  a written or printed report, esp of the proceedings of a meeting

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cahier
"exercise book," c.1845, from Fr. cahier, from O.Fr. quaier "sheet of paper folded in four" (see quire).
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Example sentences
Compliance with the cahier des charges is monitored by third-party certification.
Batch each cahier's cash receipts in numerical order.
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