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Difference between a convoy, envoy, and caravan?

Asked by aanuszek1 (2290points) October 6th, 2008
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deaddolly's avatar

why do you care?

aanuszek1's avatar

Found myself daydreaming in math class today. It was bothering me because nobody knew the answer and I couldn’t figure it out.

Lightlyseared's avatar

Don’t you have dictionaries at your school?

Envoy – a messenger (possibly a diplomat sent from one government to another)
connvoy – a group protected by armed men (or warships protecting merchant vessels)
carravan – describes a group of merchants, pilgrims etc travelling together for security usually in the Far East or Africa usually in the desert.

squirbel's avatar

The last one does not have a y.

deaddolly's avatar

lmfao….try doodling.

Lightlyseared's avatar

You could always try learning some math…

boffin's avatar

A Convoy uses a Rubber Duck….
An Envoy is an SUV…
A Caravan is a Mini-Van….

pathfinder's avatar

Envoy for information witch stay in a system ,Convoy for army and for guard or like for lots of people drive in same reason,for caravan is travel on the weals.

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