Definition of 'carabiniere'
Example sentences containing 'carabiniere'
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And Giovanni's a carabiniere, that's a policeman who's a soldier at the same time. MURKY SHALLOWS (1989)Only a dead or incapacitated carabiniere would allow his gun to be taken from him. MURKY SHALLOWS (1989)But Giovanni, the carabiniere we'd got acquainted with on the boat, made inquiries and told us it had been the previous Saturday. MURKY SHALLOWS (1989)
Moretti came down the steps with the young carabiniere at his heels. THE MARSHAL AND THE MURDERER (1989)
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Used Rarely. carabiniere is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of carabiniere from the Collins English Dictionary
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