English → English - cavalcade

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n. procession; parade of horsemen
n. cavalcade, stampede, knightage
n. cavalcade, procession; parade of horsemen

English → Spanish - cavalcade

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s. cabalgata, desfile de caballos

English → French - cavalcade

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n. cavalcade; défilé de cavaliers; parade

English → German - cavalcade

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n. Kavalkade; Reiteraufzug

English → Indonesian - cavalcade

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n. arak-arakan, iring-iringan, pawai

English → Italian - cavalcade

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s. cavalcata; sfilata

English → Portuguese - cavalcade

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s. cavalgada

English → Romanian - cavalcade

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n. cavalcadă

English → Russian - cavalcade

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с. кавалькада, группа всадников

English → Turkish - cavalcade

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i. süvari alayı, süvari geçit töreni

English → Ukrainian - cavalcade

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n. кавалькада, група вершників, шеренга екіпажів, низка машин, процесія, церемоніальний марш, хід

French → English - cavalcade

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(f) n. cavalcade, stampede, knightage

Dutch → English - cavalcade

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n. cavalcade, procession; parade of horsemen

English → Dutch - cavalcade

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zn. cavalcade; ruiterstoet

English → Greek - cavalcade

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ουσ. έφιππη παρέλαση, έφιππη πομπή

French → German - cavalcade

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n. kavalkade

French → Russian - cavalcade

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n. кавалькада (f)

French → Turkish - cavalcade

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[la] geçit töreni; başıboş kalabalık

Dutch → French - cavalcade

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(algemeen) défilé (m)

English → Chinese - cavalcade

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(名) 骑马行进; 骑兵队; 游行行列; 一系列

English → Chinese - cavalcade

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(名) 騎馬行進; 騎兵隊; 遊行行列; 一系列

English → Hindi - cavalcade

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n. घुड़सवार-दल

English → Japanese - cavalcade

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(名) 行進

English → Korean - cavalcade

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명. 기마대

English → Vietnamese - cavalcade

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n. cuộc biểu diển

Definition of cavalcade

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Noun
1. A company of riders.
2. A parade.
3. A trail ride, usually more than one day long.
4. A series, a chain (e.g. of events).
As soon as I visited this website, a cavalcade of dialog boxes started to appear on my screen; that's when I realized my computer was infected with a virus.
Verb
5. To move as part of a series or group, such as marchers in a parade or snow in an avalanche, especially in large numbers or in a chaotic or dangerous fashion
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