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What is the meaning of landau in Hindi?

Meaning of landau in Hindi is : लण्डो गाडी

Definition of word landau

  • A type of lightweight, four-wheeled carriage in which the front and back passenger seats face each other. (noun)

Examples of word landau

  • That when he got there, lo and behold! there was another carriage standing there at the gate, and not no common hack neither, but what he called a landau, with the top all throwed back, and a driver with a stove-pipe hat.
  • He arrived in a comfortable open carriage — one of the kind called landau — drawn by two tall and powerful but not well-shaped horses.
  • They are alone in the immense landau, which is filled with flowers like a giant basket.
  • He arrived in a comfortable open carriage -- one of the kind called landau -- drawn by two tall and powerful but not well-shaped horses.
  • You remind the mechanic that the man in the landau has been the ruin of thousands, and you mention people whom he himself knows, people in various grades of life, widows and orphans amongst them, whose little all he has dissipated, and whom he has reduced to beggary by inducing them to become sharers in his delusive schemes.
  • You remind the mechanic that the man in the landau has been the ruin of thousands and you mention people whom he himself knows, people in various grades of life, widows and orphans amongst them, whose little all has been dissipated, and whom he has reduced to beggary by inducing them to become sharers in his delusive schemes.
  • A landau was a "social carriage" meant to haul four rich folks in bouncy, horse-poop-scented comfort back in the 18th century, but Malaise Era marketers in the Motor City made the name their own.
  • When Mrs. Radcliffe, at the date definitely given of 1584, talks about "the Parisian opera," represents a French girl of the sixteenth century as being "instructed in the English poets," and talks about driving in a "landau," the individual blunders are, perhaps, not more violent than those of the chronology by which Scott's Ulrica is apparently a girl at the time of the Conquest and a woman, not too old to be the object of rivalry between Front de Boeuf and his father, not long before the reign of Richard I.