a continuously revolving belt, track or other device on which items are placed for later retrieval: a baggage carousel at an airport.
- Sometimes car·rou·sel .
- carousel , carousal
Other definitions for Carousel (2 of 2)
a circular tray in which photographic transparencies are held on a projector and from which they are lowered through slots for projection as the tray is rotated.
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How to use carousel in a sentence
There are all keywords your site is ranking for in Google and those are also search queries showing video carousels.How to get your YouTube videos appear in Google’s video carousel | Ann Smarty | September 11, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
The Google “On TV now” search carousel shows programming across multiple channels that’s currently airing, while “On TV later” shows recommendations for future programming.Google Search helps users find live sport games, linear TV shows | Barry Schwartz | August 13, 2020 | Search Engine Land
For example, REI’s Knowledge Panel displays a carousel of its most popular products, while The New York Times’ panel has an “Awards” and “Writes about” section.How to get a Knowledge Panel for your brand, even without Wikipedia | George Nguyen | August 3, 2020 | Search Engine Land
A centrifuge designed to help astronauts in microgravity looks sort of like a carousel, but with beds instead of ponies.What will astronauts need to survive the dangerous journey to Mars? | Maria Temming | July 15, 2020 | Science News
Whether through featured snippets and knowledge graphs, or carousels of movie times and podcast episodes, Google’s SERPs have increasingly become a one-stop-shop for users’ needs.How to adapt SEO strategies for the zero-click search landscape | Edward Coram James | June 8, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
In the film, his pals fondly recall the critic bringing through a carousel of unattractive women.‘Life Itself’: A Fitting, Heartrending Tribute to Cinema’s Great Appreciator Roger Ebert | Marlow Stern | July 2, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Two feet from the sawed-off stump of a third willow is the small foot-pump carousel Ray was sitting on when he shot himself.
Ray gave Jay a shell, then stepped onto a small, rickety carousel in the comer of the churchyard and loaded up.
It is a wearying carousel of flashing lights and scary expressions pumping up and down in time to the music.
Click on one and the right-hand carousel of related videos fills with a dozen more just like it.Parents of Stillborn Babies Post Hundreds of Memorials to YouTube | Brandy Zadrozny | November 4, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Forbes and Persis sent back mocking smiles as they side-stepped into the carousel.What Will People Say? | Rupert Hughes
He was in the place, in Ruby's carousel, but that none of this conversation took place.
Did you become acquainted with the carousel Club when you were in Dallas?
Did you repeat again that you had not been in the carousel Club at anytime?
Did you or your husband ever frequent or were you ever in the carousel Club or any of those night clubs?Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15) | The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
British Dictionary definitions for carousel
a circular magazine in which slides for a projector are held: it moves round as each slide is shown
a rotating conveyor belt for luggage, as at an airport
US and Canadian a revolving circular platform provided with wooden animals, seats, etc, on which people ride for amusement: Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): merry-go-round, roundabout
history a tournament in which horsemen took part in races and various manoeuvres in formation
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