[ kuh-ree-bee; Spanish kah-ree-ve ]
/ kəˈri bi; Spanish kɑˈri vɛ /
noun, plural ca·ri·bes [kuh-ree-beez; Spanish kah-ree-ves] /kəˈri biz; Spanish kɑˈri vɛs/.
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Origin of caribe
1865–70; < Spanish: cannibal, Carib
Words nearby caribe
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Example sentences from the Web for caribe
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
The piranha, called also the caribe, is a kind of salmon (Tetragonopterus).The Western World|W.H.G. Kingston