noun, plural cen·times [sahn-teemz; French sahn-teem]. /ˈsɑnˈtimz; French sɑ̃ˈtim/.
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Origin of centime
Words nearby centime
Example sentences from the Web for centime
You receive mountains of twenty-cent-pieces: you never return anything, neither a five-franc-piece, nor even a centime.Other People's Money|Emile Gaboriau
The light-heartedness of her nation is in her favor, and she has learned thoroughly how to extract the most from every centime.Women Wage-Earners|Helen Campbell
“Would you send a colored one, or just one of the regular dix-centime kind,” she inquired with interest.A Woman's Will|Anne Warner
But neither he nor his creditors can lay a finger upon the pictures, nor raise a centime upon them.Don Orsino|F. Marion Crawford
M. Dubois Thainville answered that he had received the Emperor's orders not to pay one centime.Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men|Francois Arago