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Noun: carriage  ker-ij [N. Amer], ka-rij [Brit]
  1. A railcar where passengers ride
    - passenger car, coach
  2. A vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses
    - equipage, rig
  3. Characteristic way of bearing one's body
    "stood with good carriage";
    - bearing, posture
  4. A machine part that carries something else
  5. A small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
    - baby buggy, baby carriage [N. Amer], perambulator, pram [Brit], stroller [N. Amer], go-cart [archaic], pushchair [Brit], pusher [Austral, informal]

Derived forms: carriages

Type of: bodily property, bogie [Asia], car, horse-drawn vehicle, mechanism, railcar, railroad car [N. Amer], railway car [Brit, Cdn], railway carriage [Brit, Cdn], wheeled vehicle

Part of: lathe, passenger train, typewriter

Encyclopedia: Carriage