masculine noun
1. (vehicle drawn by horses) 
Desde lo alto del risco, el jefe indio divisó una caravana de colonos que cruzaban el valle en sus carromatos.From the top of the crag, the Indian chief sighted a caravan of settlers crossing the valley in their covered wagons.
b. wagon 
Por el camino venía un carromato tirado por dos caballos.A wagon drawn by two horses was coming up the road.
2. (pejorative) (old car) 
a. old heap (colloquial) 
Su auto es un carromato. Nadie entiende cómo funciona todavía.Their car is an old heap. No one understands how it can still work.
b. old banger (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
¿Por qué no llevas ese carromato al chatarrero y te compras un coche en condiciones?Why don't you take that old banger to the scrapyard and buy a proper car?
1. (general) 
a. wagon 
covered wagon; caravan; gypsy caravan
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