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A carousel


From French carrousel, from Italian carosello, probably from carro, from Latin carrus.



carousel (plural carousels)

  1. A merry-go-round (type of ride on rotating platform).
    • 1951, J.D. Salinger, The Catcher in the Rye, Chapter 25:
      That's one nice thing about carrousels[sic], they always play the same song.
  2. A continuously revolving device for item delivery.
    A baggage carousel at an airport.
    After collecting his suitcase at the baggage carousel, he left the airport.
  3. The rotating glass plate in a microwave oven.
  4. (Internet, graphical user interface) A visual component that displays a series of images one at a time.
  5. An equestrian discipline in which groups of riders make various formations.
  6. (historical) A tilting match or tournament accompanied by games, shows, and allegorical performances.

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