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one of the separate sections of a train. The British word is carriage
the part of a cable car or ski lift that people sit in
a railroad car designed for passengers to look at the view through large windows. It is usually the last car of a train.
American a railroad car with comfortable seats that you must reserve
British a carriage on a train where passengers are asked not to make or receive phone calls, use electronic equipment that makes a noise, etc.
the part of a train that contains the fuel and water for a steam engine
the action of deliberately dropping your microphone at the end of a speech or performance to show you think it was so good that nothing better could follow itBuzzWord Article
moving with rhythm, together as oneadd a word
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