Caravan ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Caravan ( noun )

  1. A group of travelers, especially merchants or pilgrims, journeying together across a desert or through hostile territory, often for mutual protection.
  2. A covered vehicle, typically one pulled by a motor vehicle, used for camping or as a means of conveyance for travelers.

Origin:

Caravan comes from the persian word kāravān, meaning "a group of travelers, a company, a camels train".

Examples:

  1. The caravan set out across the desert at dawn.
  2. We joined a caravan of tourists traveling through the mountains.
  3. The caravan had to stop during the night because of the sandstorm.
  4. They were selling goods from their caravan at the market.
  5. The caravan was attacked by bandits on the way to the city.

(As a verb)

Caravan ( verb )

  1. A group of travelers, especially merchants or pilgrims, journeying together across a desert or through hostile territory, often for mutual protection.
  2. A covered vehicle, typically one pulled by a motor vehicle, used for camping or as a means of conveyance for travelers.

Origin:

Caravan comes from the persian word kāravān, meaning "a group of travelers, a company, a camels train".

Examples:

  1. The caravan set out across the desert at dawn.
  2. We joined a caravan of tourists traveling through the mountains.
  3. The caravan had to stop during the night because of the sandstorm.
  4. They were selling goods from their caravan at the market.
  5. The caravan was attacked by bandits on the way to the city.
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