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wagonnoun [C]

(UK also waggon) uk   us   /ˈwæɡ.ən/
a ​vehicle with four ​wheels, usually ​pulled by ​horses or oxen, used for ​transportingheavygoods, ​especially in the past: The first ​whitesettlersjourneyedacrossAmerica in covered wagons. a ​smallvehicle like a ​box on four ​wheels, which has a ​longhandle to ​pull it along, and is used by ​children as a ​toy: He ​pulled his ​brother along in his little ​red wagon. UK (US freight car) a ​largewheeledcontainer for ​transportinggoods, that is ​pulled by a ​train: a goods wagon
(Definition of wagon from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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wagonnoun [C]

 us   /ˈwæɡ·ən/
a ​vehicle with four ​wheels, which must be ​pulled or ​pushed: Europeansettlers journeyed ​acrossAmerica in ​covered wagons.
(Definition of wagon from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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