[ UK /kˈɑːt/ ]
[ US /ˈkɑɹt/ ]
[ US /ˈkɑɹt/ ]
a list of dishes available at a restaurant
the menu was in French
How To Use carte In A Sentence
- Officially, Carter resigned, but everyone knows he was fired.
- The party established a de facto political cartel that excluded other parties from power.
- I believe that in a free market without a competition law your worst nightmares would come true, that everything would be monopolised or cartelised.
- Thus, in the Western philosophical tradition, occasionalists in the proper sense of the term emerge in earnest in the wake of RenÃ© Descartes (1596 “ 1650) in the form of “Cartesian occasionalists”. Occasionalism
- Descartes viewed the world around him as particles of matter and explained natural phenomena through their motion and mechanical interactions.
- Our mercenaries (Blackwater and Haliburton and their minion) will still be on the ground, interfering with the new government whenever it drifts from the preordained path carved out by the American government since The Carter Doctrine. CNN Poll: Americans overwhelming support moving US combat troops out of Iraqi cities
- It might therefore seem clear, whatever else is the case, that Descartes conceives of knowledge as advancing truth.
- After both their parents died, one of their father's relatives carted off the entire contents of the house.
- The Hill's liberals will count it a successful session if they can scratch up a billion or so out of the defense budget, add in the money freed up if, as expected, Carter's counter-inflationary "real-wage insurance" plan is defeated, and then spread the dividends among the hardest-hit programs. The Politics of Austerity
- Roosevelt's National Recovery Act NRA attempted to cartelize the American economy just as Mussolini had cartelized Italy's. In the Monica Lewinsky scandal — 10 years old now — "Everybody lost, with one exception, or possibly two."