merry-go-round in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. carrusel (m), tiovivo (m), caballitos (mpl)

Example Sentences

As he reached the edge of this depression, the rag-dealer stopped and pointed out to Manuel a hovel standing next to a broken-down merry-go-round and some swings, saying:
Al llegar a los bordes de esta hondonada, el trapero se detuvo e indicó a Manuel una casucha próxima a un Tío Vivo roto y a unos columpios, y le dijo:
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At the side of the merry-go-round rose a frame formed of two tripods upon which rested a beam, whose hooks served as the support of swings.
Al lado del Tio Vivo se levantaba un caballete formado por dos trípodes, sobre los cuales se apoyaba una viga, cuyos ganchos servían para colgar los columpios.
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If you don't like my merry-go-round, get off and get your own wooden horse.
Si no te gusta mi calesita, busca tu propio caballo de madera.
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Look the merry go round is starting again.
Mira, el tiovivo comienza de nuevo.
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Observers on a merry-go-round, according to general relativity, feel the centrifugal force that is equivalent to gravity.
En cuanto a los observadores situados en un tiovivo, sienten la fuerza centrífuga, que -según la relatividad general- es equivalente a la gravedad.
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My guidebook says this is one of the last ten cranked merry-go-rounds in Europe.
Mi guía de turismo dice que este es uno de los últimos diez carruseles manuales en Europa.
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Now we hop on the merry-go-round of rotating knives.
Y aquí nos subimos al tío vivo de los cuchillos voladores.
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- Gentlemen, I've seen better horsemanship on the merry-go-round.
- Caballeros, he visto más destreza en la equitación en el carrusel.
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Our students at Russian universities are not automatically given a visa for a year, and anyone who has his or her visa stolen ends up on an exorbitantly expensive bureaucratic merry-go-round.
Nuestros estudiantes en las universidades rusas no reciben automáticamente un visado por un año, y si a alguien le roban el visado, se ve inmerso en un interminable y costosísimo proceso burocrático.
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Synonyms

a large, rotating machine with seats for children to ride or amusement: ride, carrousel, roundabout, carousel, whirligig
a never-ending cycle of activities and events (especially when they seem to have little purpose): cycle


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