carrousel


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Synonyms for carrousel

a conveyer belt that carries luggage to be claimed by air travelers

a large, rotating machine with seats for children to ride or amusement

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The Carrousel buried the Ford Country Squire wagon, outscoring it handily in most measurements.
While the Carrousel was rear-wheel drive and not as space efficient as the front-wheel drive minivans to follow--especially Sperlich's Dodge Cara-van--it would have set Ford up as a leader at a time when the company was a not-so-quick follower.
When brought back to Europe, the sport became known as carrousel, French for "little war," according to Charles J.
By the middle of the 17th century, young French noblemen practiced carrousel on a machine that consisted of renditions of horses suspended by chains from wooden spokes radiating from a center pole.
com; Elk Grove Village, IL), an ABB material-handling robot, and a 250-unit workpiece carrousel.