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charette

[shuh-ret] /ʃəˈrɛt/
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  • charette stated the roadway was put in by the power company for access to the poles.
Word Origin and History for charette
n.

also charrette, c.1400, "a chariot, a cart," from Old French charrete "wagon, small cart" (12c.), diminutive of charre (see car). Meaning "collaborative session" is by 1982.

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