Definición de palanquin en inglés:

palanquin

Saltos de línea: pal¦an|quin
Pronunciación: /ˌpalənˈkiːn
 
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(also palankeen)

sustantivo

(In India and the East) a covered litter for one passenger, consisting of a large box carried on two horizontal poles by four or six bearers.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There it was, a palanquin being carried by four men, all powerfully built and in immaculate robes of ivory colour.
  • Outside there would be gorgeously caparisoned elephants and horses with rich housings, palanquins and teams of palanquin bearers, four in hand coaches, and subsequently Rolls Royces and Daimlers.
  • In his songs, he has pointed towards a dream when he shall be carried in a palanquin.

Origen

late 16th century: from Portuguese palanquim, from Oriya pālaṅki, based on Sanskrit palyanka 'bed, couch'.

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