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calèche

[ French ka-lesh; English kuh-lesh ]
/ French kaˈlɛʃ; English kəˈlɛʃ /
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noun, plural ca·lèches [French kalesh; English kuh-lesh-iz]. /French ˈkalɛʃ; English kəˈlɛʃ ɪz/.

Also calash. (especially in Quebec, Canada) a type of calash pulled by a single horse, seating two passengers and having two wheels and a folding top.

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Origin of calèche

From French, dating back to 1660–70; see origin at calash
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British Dictionary definitions for calèche

calèche
/ (French kalɛʃ) /

noun

a variant of calash
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