There are 2 translations of caravan in Spanish:

caravan1

Pronunciation: /ˈkærəvæn/

n

  • 1.1 (group) caravana (f)
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    • It is believed that the dogs got their name from travelling with caravans of traders.
    • The caravan of desert travelers came over the ridges of sand, marching ceaselessly under the blazing yellow sun.
    • In older books I found tales of desert caravans, raids by Bedouin clans, near starvation, and hard-won spiritual enlightenment.
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    • The entire entourage was traveling across a long dirt road, like a caravan, with animals and performers and equipment and everything in tow.
    • Then I heard cars, and I turned to see a caravan of vehicles pulling up behind mine.
    • What they're going to do about it: First, they're going to drive very slowly to Ottawa in a caravan involving dozens of cars.
    1.2 (vehicle) (BrE) caravana (f), rulot (f) (Esp) , trailer (m) (AmL) , casa (f) rodante (CS) , tráiler (m) (Andes, Méx) gypsy caravan carromato (m) de gitanos (before n) caravan park o site camping (m) para caravanas, caravaning (m) (Esp)
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    • More than 200 exhibitors will be offering an unrivalled selection of the very latest models of caravans, motorhomes, holiday homes and camping equipment.
    • To anybody who has ever endured a caravan holiday in Ireland, mobile homes will always conjure up images of laminate interiors, chintzy furnishings and Travel Scrabble.
    • It is also estimated that some one-in-three adults have been camping or taken a caravan holiday at some time.

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There are 2 translations of caravan in Spanish:

caravan2

vi (-nn-)

  • (BrE) to go caravanning ir* de vacaciones en una caravana, ir* de caravaning (Esp)

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nape of the neck …