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baby carriage

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Definition of baby carriage in English:

noun

North American
A pram.
Example sentences
  • Families show up to walk with their kids who are in strollers and baby carriages, giving the campaign a good Sunday family image.
  • You see people walking down the street and talking and, you know, pushing baby carriages and having lunch with friends and you think, hey, how can their worlds go on?
  • On this side of the fence, smashed toilets, computer monitors and baby carriages are scattered about, alternately dropped from the heavens and hurled from nearby rooftops.

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