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Cardin

[ kahr-dan; French kar-dan ]
/ kɑrˈdæn; French kærˈdɛ̃ /
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noun
Pierre, 1922–2020, French fashion designer.
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British Dictionary definitions for Cardin

Cardin
/ (French kardɛ̃) /

noun
Pierre (pjɛr). born 1922, French couturier, noted esp for his collections for men
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Other Idioms and Phrases with Cardin

card in

Sign in to one's place of business by use of a magnetic card, as in I told him I'd card in for him if he was late tomorrow. Similarly, card out means to sign out of one's place of business, as in I want to sneak out early, so could you please card out for me at the end of the day? This term arose in the 1940s with the invention of automated check-in systems.

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