Cabriolet

Cab`ri·o·let' noun [ French, dim. of cabriole a leap, caper, from Italian capriola , from dim. of Latin caper he-goat, capra she-goat. This carriage is so called from its skipping lightness. Confer Cab , Caper a leap.] A one-horse carriage with two seats and...
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cabriolet

noun small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and a folding hood
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Cabriolet

• (n.) A one-horse carriage with two seats and a calash top.
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cabriolet

originally a two-wheeled, doorless, hooded, one-horse carriage, first used in 18th-century France and often let out for hire. The name is thought to ...
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cabriolet

cabriolet 1. A two-wheeled, one-horse carriage that has two seats and a folding top. 2. An automobile with a folding top; a convertible coupe. 3. Etymology: French from cabriole, 'leap of a goat, caper'; from cabrioler, caprioler, 'to leap like a goat, to caper'; from Italian capriolare, from Latin capreolus, diminutive formed from caper, 'he goa...
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Cabriolet

A cabriolet (cab) was a vehicle similar to a hackney-carriage with two or four wheels, originally drawn by a single horse but later by a motor. The original cabriolets were for a single passenger beside the driver and were a kind of hooded chaise. In the beginning of the 19th century an effort was made to introduce cabriolets into Britain, to super...
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Cabriolet

[carriage] A cabriolet is a light horse-drawn vehicle, with two wheels and a single horse. The carriage has a folding hood that can cover its two occupants, one of whom is the driver. It has a large rigid apron, gracefully upward-curving shafts, and usually a rear platform between the C springs for a groom. The design was developed in Franc...
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Cabriolet

A two-door small open car with a hand- retractable roof, being either a rag (cloth) top or hard top. Seating 4 usually, it appeared first in the 1920's but faded-out a decade later, an returning to fashion by the 1960's.
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cabriolet

two-wheeled carriage
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