noun, plural ca·ra·bi·nie·ri [kah-rah-bee-nye-ree; English kar-uh-bin-yair-ee] /ˌkɑ rɑ biˈnyɛ ri; English ˌkær ə bɪnˈyɛər i/. Italian.
Examples from the Web for carabinieri
Two carabinieri fell to the cobblestone piazza in a pool of blood.Two Police Shot Outside PM’s Office as New Italian Government Sworn In|Barbie Latza Nadeau|April 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Carabinieri had to remove me from a rooftop party in Rome once.
Perform your duty by sending the carabinieri to arrest me for not serving on the jury.
Two carabinieri and an inspector of seals, dusty but stern of countenance, came up the path.
Up above, among the hovels perched on the hillside, the plumes of the carabinieri appeared.
Hillard had found him wandering through the streets of Naples, hiding from the carabinieri as best he could.
At any rate the carabinieri were already stationed at Jenne.
noun plural -ri (-ri)
"Italian police" (plural), from Italian carabinieri, plural of carabiniere, from French carabinier (see carabineer).