[ an-ter ]
/ ˈæn tər /
a cavern; cave.
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Origin of antre
1595–1605; <Middle French <Latin antrum.See antrum
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British Dictionary definitions for antre
/ (ˈæntə) /
archaic a cavern or cave
Word Origin for antre
C17: from French, from Latin antrum, from Greek antron
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