Carnet meaning

kär-nā
An official pass or permit, especially one for crossing national boundaries.
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A book of postage stamps.
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An official certificate; esp., any of various customs documents required of motorists crossing certain national borders.
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A book of tickets for a bus, subway, etc.
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(law) A customs document that allows the temporary duty-free importation of a particular article.
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A collection of travel tickets in the form of a booklet that is sold at a discount.
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Origin of carnet

  • French notebook, carnet from Old French quernet pocket notebook from quaer quire quire1

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From French carnet (“notebook”), from Middle French quernet (“group of four sheets”)

    From Wiktionary