noun, plural ca·ri·bes [kuh-ree-beez; Spanish kah-ree-bes]. /kəˈri biz; Spanish kɑˈri βɛs/.
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At the end of the documentary, you inform us that Escuela Caribe closed in 2012.‘Kidnapped for Christ’ Review: Come Because You’re Gay, Stay For Jesus|Matthew Paul Turner|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A policeman making rounds at the Caribe heard the commotion and intervened.Colombian Cabdriver Recounts Escorts’ Reaction to Secret Service Feud|Mac Margolis, Jenny Gonzalez|April 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Every feature of the savage caribe denotes the ferocity and sanguinary nature of its tastes.
There are other species of this fish,—among them the black caribe of the Orinoco.
The piranha, called also the caribe, is a kind of salmon (Tetragonopterus).