chariot : Definition, Usages, News and More

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che ree uht

  • n  a light four-wheel horse-drawn ceremonial carriage
  • n  a two-wheeled horse-drawn battle vehicle; used in war and races in ancient Egypt and Greece and Rome
  • v  transport in a chariot
  • v  ride in a chariot

  • Hebrew, the word "merkava" means chariot, and the Israeli tank known as Merkava 4 is a mighty, steel-plated chariot of war.
  • Around the track of Rome's great Foro Italico last week clattered three chariots, each drawn by two snorting, straining steeds.
  • Devotees smash coconuts as offerings to the gods during the annual festival of the chariots in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
News & Articles


  • Lawrence Dallaglio in Rugby Football Union
    And 2003 World Cup winner Lawrence Dallaglio, who as a school boy sang backing vocals on Tina Turner's hit 'We don't need another hero', said, "I'd like to wish Blake every success with their version of Swing Low Sweet Chariot." "The song is...
  • Zahi Hawass in Independent
    He was not murdered as many people thought. He had an accident when he was hunting in the desert. Falling from a chariot made this fracture in his left leg and this really is in my opinion how he died,said Zahi Hawass, general secretary of...
  • Kamal Haasan in Hindu
    Can we imagine the sight of chariot hurtling down the Mount Road and people walking leisurely on the stretch? Our attempt is not towards making some money, it is recording the historic memory of Chennai,said Kamal Haasan, who is known for his...

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