Definición de kibitka en inglés:

kibitka

Saltos de línea: ki|bitka
Pronunciación: /kɪˈbɪtkə
 
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sustantivo

1A type of covered Russian sledge.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The silent and robust young man riding the horse that drew her kibitka was the chieftain of his tribe.
  • Fearing bad weather, I got out of the kibitka and went into the post station, intending to take a rest.
  • Day was breaking when the kibitka reached the left bank, where one of the wide alleys of the park ended.
2A circular tent, covered with felt, formerly used by Tartars.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is suggested that the latticed kibitka was adopted by the Turks of Southern Siberia from the Mongols.
  • We suggest you to spend several nights in a real nomad kibitka.
  • Inside our kibitka the rain dripped in, water froze and snow blew around.

Origen

late 18th century: Russian, from Tatar and Kyrgyz kibit (from Arabic qubbat 'dome') + the Russian suffix -ka.

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