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1chariot

noun char·i·ot \ˈcher-ē-ət, ˈcha-rē-\

: a carriage with two wheels that was pulled by horses and was raced and used in battle in ancient times

Full Definition of CHARIOT

1
:  a light four-wheeled pleasure or state carriage
2
:  a two-wheeled horse-drawn battle car of ancient times used also in processions and races

Origin of CHARIOT

Middle English, from Middle French, from Old French, from charrier to transport, from char vehicle, from Latin carrus — more at car
First Known Use: 14th century

2chariot

verb

Definition of CHARIOT

intransitive verb
:  to drive or ride in or as if in a chariot
transitive verb
:  to carry in or as if in a chariot

First Known Use of CHARIOT

1550

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