Carré is a French Knife Cut and Means a Large Cube Cut.
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Carré is a French culinary term meaning a Large Dice.

Carré, the largest of the five classical French culinary cube cuts is ¾” wide, ¾” tall and ¾“ long, (1.9 cm by 1.9 cm by 1.9 cm).

The Carré is derived by cutting down the Pont Neuf at ¾“ intervals. 

To see where a Carré fits into the scheme of classic French cuts, view Smart Kitchen's Cut Matrix.