Third-person singular simple present indicative form of caravan. (verb)
Examples of word caravans
I spent much of my youth in caravans (don't ask) but don't recognise this specimen.
He certainly can't be Labour as they travel in caravans rather than drop them from great hights.
We drove in caravans of 3 or 4 cars mainly because we percieved the trip as dangerous.
Only the worshippers of Buddha now behold the gleam of the Oriental Sun on the golden roofs of the lamasery; the great caravans from the city of the Dalai Lama pass through the border town with no one to tell the pilgrims of the "Heavenly Ruler."
Then I proclaimed a fast there -- The dangers to travelling caravans from the Bedouin Arabs that prowl through the desert were in ancient times as great as they still are; and it seems that travellers usually sought the protection of a military escort.
The setting is a colony of campers, the kind they call caravans in Europe, which families in August drive to campgrounds for a month, with the same families usually going to the same ones every year.
Today's version is the "recreational vehicle," or RV; often called caravans in other parts of the world.