Definition of 'chariot'

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The best thing about chariot racing is boasting about it in advance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)No racing car or chariot claims as many souls as the kayak. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Other live chariot races have been staged over the years but none has evoked the same sense of danger and excitement. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Bring me my chariot of fire! Times, Sunday Times (2007)To us, time is a winged chariot speeding up towards old age and death. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Its love triangle is mowed down by time's winged chariot. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But time's winged chariot is doing its thing. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Swing low sweet chariot, coming for to carry me home. Davey, Ray Rev. & Cole, John A Channel of Peace (1993)Who's driving the winged chariot? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Oh, and a chariot race. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It appeared in the film Chariots of Fire. Times, Sunday Times (2009)At their backs they always hear, time's winged chariot hurrying near. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Chariot races were held in the Champs de Mars. Lucy Moore Liberty: The Lives and Times of Six Women in Revolutionary France (2006)A chariot race was announced, but after townspeople arrived to watch, they were locked in the stadium and attacked by imperial soldiers. Christianity Today (2000)

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carriage, vehicle

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Translations for 'chariot'

British English: chariot NOUN
In ancient times, chariots were fast-moving vehicles with two wheels that were pulled by horses.
  • American English: chariot
  • Brazilian Portuguese: biga
  • Chinese: 两轮战车
  • European Spanish: carro
  • French: char
  • German: Streitwagen
  • Italian: carro
  • Japanese: 二輪馬車
  • Korean: 고대 전투 경기용 1인승 이륜 전차
  • European Portuguese: quadriga
  • Spanish: carro


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