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Definition of: carom

(karəm) v.t.
To cause to make a glancing movement: He caromed one ball off the other.
v.i. To make a glancing movement: The car caromed off the wall.
noun

1. In billiards, the impact of one ball against two others in succession, or the stroke producing it.
2. In other games, the glancing of one object from another: in England, this word has been altered to cannon. Also spelled carrom. [<F carambole]

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