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Definition of “carriage” - Learner’s Dictionary

carriage

noun     /ˈkærɪdʒ/
TRAIN [C] UK
one of the separate parts of a train where the passengers sit: The front carriage of the train is for first-class passengers only.Carriages and cartsTrains and parts of trains
WITH HORSE [C]
a vehicle with wheels that is pulled by a horseCarriages and carts
GOODS [U] UK
the cost of transporting goods →  See also baby carriage The postal systemTransferring and transporting objects
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