Definition of Chariots of Fire from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary


Chariots of Fire

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a film (1981) about the 1924 Olympic Games, in which Harold Abrahams, a British runner, won the gold medal for the 100 metres race. The film won several Oscars and was very popular in Britain. Its title is a phrase from the poem Jerusalem by William Blake.