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ceinture

[ san-toor, -tyoor, san-cher; French san-tyr ]
/ sænˈtʊər, -ˈtyʊər, ˈsæn tʃər; French sɛ̃ˈtür /
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noun, plural cein·tures [san-toorz, -tyoorz, san-cherz; French san-tyr]. /sænˈtʊərz, -ˈtyʊərz, ˈsæn tʃərz; French sɛ̃ˈtür/.

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Origin of ceinture

<French; Old French ceingture<Latin cinctūra;see cincture

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