caracol

Pronunciation:  US ['kærəˌkoʊl] UK ['kærəˌkəʊl]
  • n."The equestrian" half rotation; rotating bouncing action; "build" the spiral staircase
  • v.(M) half-spins, (ride), a half spin
  • WebCaracol; Carla wide; stairs

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