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Translation of "carriage" - English-Spanish dictionary

carriage

noun   /ˈkær·ɪdʒ/
a vehicle with four wheels that is usually pulled by horses and was used mainly in the past carruaje a horse-drawn carriage16651677
UK ( US car) one of the separate parts of a train where the people sit vagón a railway carriage
a vehicle with four wheels that is usually pulled by horses and was used mainly in the past carruaje a horse-drawn carriage16651677
(Definition of carriage from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

carriage

noun /ˈkӕridʒ/
the act or cost of conveying and delivering goods transporte Does that price include carriage?
a vehicle for carrying (especially in Britain, railway/railroad passengers) vagón the carriage nearest the engine a railway carriage.
especially formerly, a horse-drawn passenger vehicle carro a horse and carriage.
the part of a typewriter which moves back and forwards, carrying the paper carro (also adjective) a carriage return.
(old-fashioned) posture; way of walking. porte He had a military carriage.
carriageway noun
especially in Britain, the part of a road used by cars etc calzada The overturned bus was blocking the whole carriageway.
(Definition of carriage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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