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Hittite chariot.

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Borrowed from Old French chariot, from char (cart), from Latin carrus (wagon).

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chariot (plural chariots)

  1. A two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle, used in Bronze Age and Early Iron Age warfare.
  2. A light four-wheeled carriage used for ceremonial or pleasure purposes.
  3. A rook, in Chinese chess.

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chariot (third-person singular simple present chariots, present participle charioting, simple past and past participle charioted)

  1. (transitive, rare, poetic) To convey by, or as if by, chariot.
  2. (intransitive) To ride in a chariot.

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From Old French chariot, from char or from charrier +‎ -ot.

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chariot m (plural chariots)

  1. trolley
  2. carriage (of a computer printer)
    chariot bloqué

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