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Meanings of Caracole:

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

Caracoled

ˈkarəkəʊl

Meanings of Caracoled:

verb

(of a horse) perform a caracole.

Usage examples:

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

Meanings of Caracoler:

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

Meanings of Caracoles:

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

Caracoling

ˈkarəkəʊl

Meanings of Caracoling:

verb

(of a horse) perform a caracole.

Usage examples:

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

Meanings of Caractacus:

proper noun

(1st century ad), british chieftain, son of cymbeline. he took part in the resistance to the roman invasion of ad 43.

Caracul

ˈkarəkʊl

Meanings of Caracul:

noun

A sheep of an asian breed with a dark curled fleece when young.

Usage examples:

Astrakhan is produced in uzbekistan from the karakul lamb.

Caraculs

ˈkarəkʊl

Meanings of Caraculs:

noun

A sheep of an asian breed with a dark curled fleece when young.

Usage examples:

Astrakhan is produced in uzbekistan from the karakul lamb.

Carafe

kəˈræf

Meanings of Carafe:

noun

An open-topped glass flask used for serving wine or water in a restaurant.

Usage examples:

Wine is available by glass, bottle, or carafe

Carafes

kəˈræf

Meanings of Carafes:

noun

An open-topped glass flask used for serving wine or water in a restaurant.

Usage examples:

Wine is available by glass, bottle, or carafe

Caragana

ˌkarəˈɡɑːnə

Meanings of Caragana:

noun

A shrub or small tree of the pea family, which is native to central asia and siberia and is sometimes planted as an ornamental.

Usage examples:

You don't need or want to know the detailed play-by-play, just that my ‘holiday’ monday consisted b…

Caraganas

ˌkarəˈɡɑːnə

Meanings of Caraganas:

noun

A shrub or small tree of the pea family, which is native to central asia and siberia and is sometimes planted as an ornamental.

Usage examples:

You don't need or want to know the detailed play-by-play, just that my ‘holiday’ monday consisted b…

Meanings of Carageen:

noun

A type of seaweed (= a plant that grows in or near the ocean) that can be eaten uncooked or used in cooking to make other foods thicker

Meanings of Caragheen:

noun

An edible red shoreline seaweed with flattened branching fronds, found in both eurasia and north america.

Usage examples:

I know how to eat everything you can gather on its rocky coast and bone-white beaches: razor shells…

Meanings of Carajas:

proper noun

A mining region in north brazil, the site of one of the richest deposits of iron ore in the world.

Caramba

kəˈrambə

Meanings of Caramba:

exclamation

An expression of surprise or dismay.

Usage examples:

Ay caramba!

Carambola

ˌkær.əmˈbəʊ.lə

Meanings of Carambola:

noun

A golden-yellow juicy fruit with a star-shaped cross section.

Usage examples:

The carambola, or five-finger fruit, has a mild but sweet taste, and a thinnish skin.

Meanings of Caramelise:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Caramelised

ˈkar(ə)məlʌɪz

Meanings of Caramelised:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Caramelising

ˈkar(ə)məlʌɪz

Meanings of Caramelising:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Caramelize

ˈkar(ə)məlʌɪz

Meanings of Caramelize:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Meanings of Caramelized:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Meanings of Caramelizes:

verb

(with reference to sugar) convert or be converted into caramel through heating.

Usage examples:

Cook over medium heat until the sugar caramelizes

Caramels

ˈkarəm(ə)l

Meanings of Caramels:

noun

Sugar or syrup heated until it turns brown, used as a flavouring or colouring for food or drink or combined with butter or cream to form a thick, sweet sauce.

Usage examples:

A gateau frosted with caramel

Carangid

kəˈrandʒɪd

Meanings of Carangid:

noun

A marine fish of the jack family ( carangidae ), whose members typically have a sloping forehead and two dorsal fins.

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