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caravanette

Line breaks: cara¦van|ette
Pronunciation: /karəvaˈnɛt
 
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Definition of caravanette in English:

noun

British
A motor vehicle with a rear compartment equipped for living in.
Example sentences
  • Cars, lorries, double decker buses, caravanettes, tractors, more lorries, horseboxes, and other cyclists seem to crowd around me, even on the minorest of minor roads.
  • A melting pot of nationalities jostle for prime parking spots for their cars and caravanettes.
  • They particularly want to hear from the occupants of two vehicles, a white caravanette and a car towing a caravan, who may have seen the accident.

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