carte

[kahrt; French kart]

Origin:
before 1150; Middle English, Old English: writing paper, document, letter < Latin charta < Greek chártēs sheet of papyrus

cart, carte.
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Carte

[kahrt]
noun
Richard d'Oyly [doi-lee] , D'Oyly Carte, Richard.
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carte (kɑːt)
 
n
a variant spelling of quarte

Carte (kɑːt)
 
n
See D'Oyly Carte

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Example sentences
Or, choose the a la carte options from this page to put together your own
  curriculum.
But science must not be given carte blanche any more than should faith-based
  theology.
But it would also be going overboard simply to give carte blanche to principals
  to fire teachers.
These were innovations in which contractors essentially had carte blanche to
  run programs as they pleased.
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