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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On January 3, 1986, the dozen men, supported by three caravanettes, left Gartcosh for the walk south.
Firefighters are local people with a sound knowledge of the area and their new vehicles are better than the VW caravanettes used by the paramedics.
He has a dream that, one day on the red hills of Flint- shire, the drivers of Irish lorries and caravanettes will be able to motor along at speeds no more than the national limit.
Offer does not apply to motor-cycles, caravanettes, commercial or three-wheeled vehicles.
The men's garden and drive is full of vehicles including second hand cars, caravanettes and even a motorboat.
It is patrolled by two rottweilers and the garden and drive are full of vehicles, including cars, caravanettes and even a motor boat.