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A French open-faced sandwich, especially one with a rich or fancy spread.

[French, from Old French, diminutive of tarte, tart; see tart2.]
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(Cookery) an open sandwich, esp one with a rich or elaborate topping
[C21: from French, diminutive of tarte tart1]
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Its brand new breakfast menu covers everything from avocado tartine to shakshouka and the New York bagel.
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When my dish arrived, it was my idea of heaven, whether it be Corsican or French: tartine de chevre Corse sur pain des morts.