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The meaning of Caracole

Caracole – definition

noun

A half turn to the right or left by a horse.

Usage examples:

By 1700 the caracole, initially so fashionable, was obsolete and the cavalryman's pistol was reserv…
verb

(of a horse) perform a caracole.

Usage examples:

He danced sideways and then caracoled round the corner of the stables

Caracole translation into English

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卡拉科尔

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Caracole, Karakole

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Caracoler, Caracole

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Karakole

Caracole: translate from English into Hindi

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कैरकौल, चक्करदार सीढ़ी

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Caracol

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카라콜, 반회전, 반회전하다, 반회전시키다

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Караколь, Винтовая лестница, Гарцевать

Caracole: translate from English into Spanish

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Escalera, Subir la escalera

Word origin

early 17th century: from French caracole, caracol ‘snail's shell, spiral’.

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