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cahier

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

1835–45; <French; Middle French quaer gathering (of sheets of a book); see quire1
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British Dictionary definitions for cahier

cahier
/ French (kaje) /

noun
a notebook
a written or printed report, esp of the proceedings of a meeting
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