wagon
noun
1. (transport) 
a. el carro (M) (animal-drawn) 
We put all our belongings into a wagon and set out on the Oregon Trail.Pusimos todas nuestras pertenencias en un carro y emprendimos la marcha por la ruta de Oregón.
b. la camioneta (F) (colloquial) (family vehicle) 
We should take the wagon so that we have more space.Deberíamos ir con la camioneta para tener más espacio.
c. el camión (M) (colloquial) (for transporting goods) (United Kingdom) 
I hope all of these boxes will fit in the wagon.Espero que todas estas cajas quepan en el camión.
2. (railroad) (United Kingdom) 
a. el vagón (M) (for freight) 
This type of wagon is used to transport packed goods.Este tipo de vagón se emplea para transportar mercancías empaquetadas.
3. (old-fashioned) (for drinks) (United States) 
Their guests sat down in the parlor, and the maid brought in the wagon laden with refreshments.Los invitados se sentaron en el salón, y la criada trajo el carrito repleto de refrescos.
wagon [ˈwæɡən]
noun
1 (horse-drawn) carro (m); (truck) camión (m); (Britain) (Ferro) vagón (m); (US)(also station wagon) furgoneta (f); camioneta (f); (US) (police van) furgón (m) policial
to be on the wagon no beber
he decided to go on the wagon se resolvió a no beber
to hitch one's wagon to a star picar muy alto
2 (also tea wagon) carrito (m)
Phrases with "wagon"
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station wagon
la camioneta
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