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Why is there no water in your canteen?
The professor sometimes dines at the student canteen.
Rennie had eaten his tea in the canteen.
He removed his canteen and took a drink.
The staff clubbed together to buy the canteen manageress a leaving present.
He filled the canteens and some of the wine ran out on the stone paving of the courtyard
He filled the canteens and some of the wine ran out on the stone paving of the courtyard.
Nice. I think this canteen's very good value.
Don't speak loudly, chivy and scrap in the dorm or canteen.
At the communication hubs and in units with Muslim employees, Muslim canteens or Muslim catering must be provided
- sells food and personal items to personnel at an institution or school or camp etc.
- a recreation room in an institution
- a restaurant outside; often for soldiers or policemen
- a flask for carrying water; used by soldiers or travelers
- restaurant in a factory; where workers can eat