caravanette


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caravanette

(ˌkærəvəˈnɛt)
n
Brit a motor vehicle with an area at the back that is equipped for living in
Translations

caravanette

[ˌkærəvəˈnet] N (Brit) → caravana f pequeña

caravanette

[ˌkærəvəˈnɛt] ncamper m inv
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Brian, ITV's new face of light entertainment, who increasingly will be stepping into Michael Barrymore's shoes in the months ahead, owns a caravanette and loves nothing better than setting off for the south coast with his wife Anne-Marie and their four-year-old daughter, AmyLouise.
The Volkswagen caravanette was stolen 10 days ago from outside Sir Jimmy's Glencoe cottage.
What he has managed to do to the maroon and grey truck, that was never in the original designs, is convert the cattle float into a caravanette that sleeps three people.
Allen, 35, of Inverness, Scotland - said to have been staying in a caravanette next to the tent - denies indecent assault.
We even used a Volkswagen Caravanette and this will be a trend that we will continue.
Thomas James Allen, 35, of Inverness in Scotland - said to have been staying in a caravanette next to the tent - denies a charge of indecent assault.
While most big-name actors show off their status with luxury cars, actress Julie Hesmondhalgh has gone for a lilac caravanette.
The teenagers were killed after they got into Sinclair's caravanette outside the pub on October 15, 1977.
So we had very large rose bushes planted on the outside to stop people getting in, and the house would always have a very broken Volkswagen caravanette parked up on the front drive.
With memories of being squashed into a small over-the-cab bed in my parents' caravanette, it was with a sense of trepidation that I set off for Holgates Caravan Park in Silverdale, close to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
With memories of being squashed into a small over-thecab bed in my parents' caravanette, it was with a sense of trepidation that I set off for Holgates Caravan Park in Silverdale, close to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
Andy Hutchinson, defending, said Dixon, from Hatfield, near Doncaster, was living in a caravanette, and kept a baton for protection.