Definition of cabrio in English:

cabrio

Line breaks: cab¦rio
Pronunciation: /ˈkabrɪəʊ
 
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noun (plural cabrios)

  • short for cabriolet ( sense 1).
    More example sentences
    • Fitted with five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission, the cabrio will be priced at £17,495 for the manual and £18,295 for the automatic.
    • If your lifestyle dictates that two-up in a drop-top is a non-runner, be thankful that two friends can at least sit in the back of the German cabrio for short periods and the car has a commodious saloon-like boot.
    • On a smooth track the hard-top S4 handles beautifully, and I have no doubt the cabrio would be similarly impressive, but the price you pay for this is too high and not necessary.

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