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Indian English one of the separate spaces into which a railway carriage is divided
the front part of a bus, train, or lorry where the driver sits
British one of the vehicles that are joined together to make a train. The American word is car.
British one of the sections of a train. The American word is car
British a chain or handle that a passenger can pull to make a train stop in an emergency. The official name for a communication cord is passenger communication handle.
one of the separate spaces into which a railway carriage is divided
the part of a cable car or ski lift that people sit in
a railway carriage designed for passengers to look at the view through large windows. It is usually the last carriage of a train.
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 engines, carriages, and other parts of trains used on a railway
a railway carriage that has beds in it for passengers to sleep in
the part of a train that contains the fuel and water for a steam engine
British a railway carriage used for carrying goods or post
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
high-level diplomats meeting and dining in an informal environment e.g. a party or clubadd a word
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