[ UK /kˌæbɹiːəlˈe‍ɪ/ ]
[ US /ˌkæbɹioʊˈɫeɪ, ˌkæbɹioʊˈɫɛt/ ]
  1. small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and a folding hood
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How To Use cabriolet In A Sentence

  • The floors are hard polished and the spotlights angle down to display the roadsters and the coupes and the cabriolets at their very best.
  • Richard went around the city on a Vespa and she in an used cabriolet.
  • A coupe / cabriolet version is also expected with a folding hard top out the following year.
  • The high-performance two-seater cabriolet is codenamed R2, and is being developed with VW. News
  • The second occupant of the cabriolet was a young girl, sixteen or eighteen years old -- sixteen rather than eighteen. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, No. 382, October 1847
  • Not only is it a stunning car in its own right, but also a fantastic re-working of the cabriolet.
  • As rain lashed across the street, he watched a neighbour struggling to close the roof of his cabriolet.
  • Similarly to the headlights, the rear lights of the A 3 Cabriolet use a flat, broad design.
  • Traditionally, demand for - and therefore prices of - open sports cars and cabriolets rose in the spring, stayed high through the summer, dipped in the autumn and plummeted in winter.
  • V10 sports car, the A4 allroad quattro, the A5 Cabriolet and the A5 Sportback. Automotive Headlines
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