Definition of meat wagon in English:

meat wagon

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1An ambulance or hearse.
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  • A Coroner van, what the doctors back at the hospital used to call meat wagons, backed in neatly, and two men got out.
1.1A police van: several squad cars and a meat wagon were haring along Brentford High Street
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  • Mind you, I watched myself being pulled into a meat wagon after I protested about the Iraq war and I didn't look too bad.
  • I was walking in a duffel coat and a meat wagon started driving slowly next to me with all the intimidating truncheons and so on.

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