noun, plural ca·ra·bi·ne·ros [kah-rah-vee-ne-raws; English kar-uh-buh-nair-ohz] /ˌkɑ rɑ viˈnɛ rɔs; English ˌkær ə bəˈnɛər oʊz/. Spanish.
Origin of carabinero
Examples from the Web for carabinero
Historical Examples of carabinero
But the Carabinero who guards the public morals holds (in the bulk) different opinions.
A Carabinero, with his back ostentatiously turned to the newcomers, leaned on his rifle, whistling mournfully.
Further, being a man of guile, he understood the ways of the outpost Carabinero.