a horse-drawn carriage
Please, do not leave your carriage while the train is running
Why don't we take a drive round the island on this ox carriage?
Jondrette quietly told his wife to dismiss the carriage, and when she had left the room, turned back
The front carriage of the train is for first-class passengers only.
Every train had hot water on it on every carriage so you were always able to make noodles if you were desperate.
He put it on and ignoring them all, he knelt and gazed at the baby asleep in its carriage.
The definition of carriage refers a vehicle used for transportation. A passenger car on a train is an example of a carriage.
What's the danger of sticking one's head out of a carriage window when a train is in motion?
£16.95 including VAT and carriage
I ran for the train, to find that the carriage was so full I had to stand.
I had to walk up the train with my heavy suitcase because I'd got into the wrong carriage.
a vehicle with four wheels that is usually pulled by horses and was used mainly in the past: a horse-drawn carriage
The good fairy changed a pumpkin into a beautiful carriage to take Cinderella to the prince's ball
In the carriage sat a gentleman, not attractive, but also not unattractive, not too fat nor too thin; one could not call him old, but he also was not too young.
English word "vežimas"(carriage) occurs in sets:3 knyga 7 unit