Definitions and translations for "caravel"

Definition of caravel

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1. A light, usually lateen-rigged sailing ship used by the Portuguese, as well as Spanish, for about 300 years, beginning in the fifteenth century, first for trade and later for voyages of exploration
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English - English - caravel

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n. light sailing ship (also carvel)

English - Spanish - caravel

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s. carabela

English - French - caravel

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n. caravelle, navire de petit tonnage

English - German - caravel

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n. Karavelle, Segelschiff

English - Indonesian - caravel

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n. kapal

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s. caravella

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n. karawela

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s. caravela

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n. caravelă

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с. каравелла

English - Turkish - caravel

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i. karavela (gemi)

English - Ukrainian - caravel

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n. каравела

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zn. lichtgewicht boot

English - Greek - caravel

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ουσ. είδος ιστιοφόρου

English - Arabic - caravel

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‏مركب كبير‏

English - Chinese - caravel

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(名) 轻快帆船

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(名) 輕快帆船

English - Hindi - caravel

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n. कैरवाल

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(名) 軽快な帆船

English - Korean - caravel

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명. 캐러벨

English - Vietnamese - caravel

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n. thuyền buồm nhỏ và nhẹ
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