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wagon

noun ( UK also waggon)   /ˈwæɡ.ən/
a vehicle with four wheels, usually pulled by horses or oxen, used for transporting heavy goods, especially in the past carro The first white settlers journeyed across America in covered wagons. →  See also bandwagon , station wagon , Welcome Wagon 1665
UK ( US freight car) a large wheeled container for transporting goods, that is pulled by a train vagón de mercancías a goods wagon1677
→  Idioms fall off the wagon , on the wagon
(Definition of wagon from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wagon

noun /ˈwӕɡən/
a type of four-wheeled vehicle for carrying heavy loads carro a hay wagon.
an open railway carriage for goods vagón a goods wagon.
(Definition of wagon from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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