- 1chiefly North American A merry-go-round at a fair.More example sentences
- You've got elephants, giraffes, carousels and merry go-rounds.
- Swing boats, carousels, inflatable sumo wrestlers and rodeo-style bucking broncos are among a host of rides booked.
- Children will be able to enjoy a bouncy castle and a carousel.
- 2A conveyor system at an airport from which arriving passengers collect their luggage: they were waiting for their luggage to appear on the carousel at Heathrow airportMore example sentences
- ‘It's the same technology you see used in luggage carousels at airports,’ says Healy.
- One of her bags did not arrive on the luggage carousel.
- On closer inspection it seemed more like luggage abandoned on an airport carousel by someone too embarrassed to collect it.
mid 17th century: from French carrousel, from Italian carosello.
More definitions of carouselDefinition of carousel in:
- The US English dictionary