Translation of caboose in Spanish:

caboose

Pronunciation: /kəˈbuːs/

n

  • (AmE) [Rail] furgón (m) de cola, cabús (m) (Méx)
    More example sentences
    • Pooled cabooses stayed with a train to final destination and the crew slept in a bunkhouse like the engine crews had always done.
    • This is only worth noting because the train had a caboose, which is rarely seen these days.
    • Michael and I also rode in one direction on the upper seats in the train's caboose.

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