A Roman charioteer driving his chariot in a race.
- The definition of a chariot is a carriage-like vehicle used in ancient times with two wheels and driven by horses.
An example of a chariot is what Julius Caesar is often depicted as riding in.
- Chariot means to drive or ride in a two-wheeled carriage drawn by horses.
An example of chariot is to take people for rides through the city in a two-wheeled carriage drawn by horses.
- a horse-drawn, two-wheeled cart used in ancient times for war, racing, parades, etc.
- a light, four-wheeled carriage with a coachlike box for several passengers and the driver's seat outside
Origin of chariotMiddle English from Old French charriote from char, car from Late Latin carrum: see car
- An ancient horse-drawn two-wheeled vehicle used in war, races, and processions.
- A light four-wheeled carriage used for occasions of ceremony or for pleasure.
tr. & intr.v.chari·ot·ed, chari·ot·ing, chari·ots
Origin of chariotMiddle English vehicle from Old French from char cart from Latin carrus of Celtic origin ; see kers- in Indo-European roots.