noun, plural ca·ra·ba·os.
Origin of carabao
Examples from the Web for carabao
Red Bull—especially the Austrian version—along with Carabao appear to be the most widely recognizable brands.
Carabao, which costs about half as much—and tastes far sweeter—is the energy drink of choice for the average Afghan.
After chugging a can of Carabao, he chases the thugs away and wins her heart.
When the carabao reached the second hill, he was astonished to see the turtle ahead of him, shouting, “Here I am!”
Once there lived three friends,—a monkey, a dog, and a carabao.
The difficulty in the carabao event was to stick on to the broad, clumsy animal, during the gallop around the course.The Great White Tribe in Filipinia|Paul T. Gilbert
He has all the meekness and all the tenacity and ferocity of his carabao.The Philippines A Century Hence|Jose Rizal
The carabao noticed the change, but he could not comprehend it.