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  • EN [ ˈkɑːnɪvl]
  • US [ ˈkɑːrnɪvl]

English definition


  • 1. a festival marked by merrymaking and processions

  • 2. a frenetic disorganized (and often comic) disturbance suggestive of a circus or carnival;

    • "it was so funny it was a circus"
    • "the whole occasion had a carnival atmosphere"
  • 3. a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.

Example sentences

  • Carnival is a traditional time of celebration before the Christian season of Lent.

  • For example, the Brazilian community in New York planned its own Carnival celebration.

  • While the war marched to its ending, he looked upon its dying carnival.

  • An actress performs as Marilyn Monroe during Carnival celebrations in Madrid February 13 , 2010.

  • Forest animals are being held carnival.

  • Let's go to Brazil and join their Carnival.

  • Based on past experience, summer is the World Carnival to operate the best time.

  • Venice was a constant carnival, with events continuing throughout the year.

  • In the winter there'll be a snow carnival at the college. Be sure to see that.

  • The Carnival promises to fulfill your greatest wish, but charges the highest price for it.

  • It is Carnival Season in many countries around the world with a Roman Catholic heritage.

  • People mingled happily at the carnival.

  • Tourists splashing water carnival aspect is even more emphasis on the participation of tourists.

  • Just bring your kids to join in our coming Easter carnival!

  • I got some good shots of the carnival.

  • Winter Carnival takes over the city for two weeks every February.

  • Our street puts on a carnival every year.

  • Brazilis famous for its natural beauty culture and Carnival.

  • Africans have always Nenggeshanwu, they Carnival asas singing, dancing, or doing all kinds of games.

  • It was still five days before the carnival ; however, tourists already coming in large numbers.

  • New Year's day, young heads of household paste couplets, firecrackers, Carnival poly, happy reunion.

  • Mikhail Mikhailoviet Bakhtin thought the Carnival Theory was a kind of general phenomenon.

  • " And nothing embodies this better than the Notting Hill Carnival. "

  • There is a local carnival every year.

  • The avenues lined with jacaranda trees burst into a carnival of purple.

  • Towards evening the carnival entered its final stage.

  • The countdown to the Notting Hill Carnival is in its final hours.

  • It's like one enormous street carnival here.


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