noun, plural cen·times [sahn-teemz; French sahn-teem] /ˈsɑnˈtimz; French sɑ̃ˈtim/.
Origin of centime
Examples from the Web for centime
Historical Examples of centime
I present the one, two, and four centime pieces and the children, in this way learn to count to ten.The Montessori Method
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
"The forty centime one will do, thank you," said little Perrine.Nobody's Girl
A centime is the hundredth part of a franc, and a franc is about nineteen cents.Yellowstone Nights
Word Origin for centime
1801, from French centime, from cent (see centi-) on analogy of décime (pars).