|part of speech:
||a band of people traveling together. Caravans are often formed for safety when crossing a remote area like a desert.
The travelers felt relief as their caravan neared the oasis.
||a group of vehicles or riding animals traveling together in a single line.
The police officer stopped us to let a caravan of trucks go by.
- similar words:
||a British word for a vehicle that can be pulled and is used as a camper, home, or office. Caravan has the same meaning as trailer.