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carriage British & World English

A means of conveyance, in particular:

carriage English Thesaurus

a railway carriage

carriage bolt British & World English

North American term for coach bolt.

carriage dog British & World English

Archaic term for Dalmatian1noun1noun1noun.

gun carriage British & World English

A wheeled support for a piece of artillery

slip-carriage British & World English

A railway carriage on an express which could be detached so as to come to rest at a station where the rest of the train did not stop

carriage clock British & World English

A portable clock in a rectangular case with a handle on top

carriage house British & World English

A building for housing a carriage, typically one which has been converted into a dwelling

carriage return British & World English

Another term for return5noun5noun5noun.

carriage trade British & World English

The wealthy clientele of a business

carriage release British & World English

A function or lever which enables the carriage on a manual or electric typewriter to move freely, instead of only in one direction when the keys are pressed

hackney carriage British & World English

The official term for a taxi

carriage and pair British & World English

A four-wheeled passenger carriage pulled by two horses

carriage return in return British & World English

A mechanism or key on a typewriter that returns the carriage to a fixed position at the start of a new line

sleeping car British & World English

A railway carriage provided with beds or berths

sleeping carriage in sleeping car British & World English

A railway carriage provided with beds or berths

carriage return key in carriage return British & World English

Another term for return5noun5noun5noun.


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