noun, plural cen·times [sahn-teemz; French sahn-teem] /ˈsɑnˈtimz; French sɑ̃ˈtim/.
Origin of centime
Examples from the Web for centime
I present the one, two, and four centime pieces and the children, in this way learn to count to ten.The Montessori Method|Maria Montessori
Kerosene, the decline of which is perhaps beginning, costs about 0.75 centime per kilo.
Yes; of course, it shall be so; not a hair of their heads, not a centime of their property shall be touched.The World Masters|George Griffith
"The forty centime one will do, thank you," said little Perrine.Nobody's Girl|Hector Malot
A centime is the hundredth part of a franc, and a franc is about nineteen cents.Yellowstone Nights|Herbert Quick
British Dictionary definitions for centime
Word Origin for centime
Word Origin and History for centime
1801, from French centime, from cent (see centi-) on analogy of décime (pars).