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pramnoun [C]

uk   us   /præm/ UK (US baby carriage)
a vehicle for moving a baby around that consists of a small bed supported by a frame on four wheels: I saw her pushing a pram down the street.
Translations of “pram”
in Arabic عَربة أطفال…
in Korean 유모차…
in Malaysian kereta sorong bayi…
in French landau…
in Turkish bebek arabası…
in Italian carrozzina…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手推童車,嬰兒車…
in Russian детская коляска…
in Polish wózek…
in Vietnamese xe đẩy trẻ con…
in Spanish cochecito de bebé…
in Portuguese carrinho de bebê…
in Thai รถเข็นเด็ก…
in German der Kinderwagen…
in Catalan cotxet (de bebè)…
in Japanese ベビーカー, 乳母車…
in Indonesian kereta bayi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手推童车,婴儿车…
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