A vehicle used for transporting goods or another specified purpose
a coal wagon
an ammunition wagon
A four-wheeled trailer for agricultural use, or a small version of this for use as a child's toy
A horse-drawn vehicle, esp. a covered wagon used by early settlers in North America and elsewhere
A wheeled cart or hut used as a food stall
A small cart or wheeled table used for serving drinks or food
A vehicle like a camper used by gypsies or circus performers
A railroad freight car
any of various kinds of wheeled vehicles drawn by an animal or a tractor
police van: van used by police to transport prisoners
Big Dipper: a group of seven bright stars in the constellation Ursa Major
a child's four-wheeled toy cart sometimes used for coasting
beach wagon: a car that has a long body and rear door with space behind rear seat
A wagon (in British English, sometimes spelt waggon) is a heavy four-wheeled vehicle pulled by draught animals; it was formerly often called a wain, and if low and sideless may called a dray, trolley or float.
A station wagon or estate car is a body style variant of a sedan/saloon with its roof extended rearward over a shared passenger/cargo volume with access at the back via a third or fifth door (the liftgate or tailgate), instead of a trunk lid. ...
Wagon Automotive is an automotive parts company based in Birmingham. The company is controlled by the American businessman Wilbur Ross and employs over 4,000 workers across Europe, 19 December 2008, news.bbc.co.uk, retrieved at 2 march 2010. ...
A railroad car or railway carriage is a vehicle on a rail transport system (railroad or railway) that is used for the carrying of cargo or passengers. Cars can be coupled together into a train and hauled by one or more locomotives. ...
A scenery wagon is a mobile platform that is used to support and transport movable, three-dimensional theatrical scenery on a theater stage. In most cases, the scenery is constructed on top of the wagon such that the wagon, and the scenery it supports, forms a single, integrated structure. ...
A toy wagon has the same structure as the traditional, larger wagon, but is much smaller and has an open top. An average wagon is able to seat one child, and is generally propelled by human power through a handle at the front. ...
A four-wheeled cart for hauling loads; A child's riding toy, four-wheeled and pulled or steered by a long handle in the front; A station wagon (or SUV); A paddy wagon; A truck, or lorry; A derogatory term for a woman; bitch; slapper; cow; To transport by means of a wagon; To travel in a wagon
(Wagons) British Rail Class 44, Class 45 or Class 46, sturdily-constructed designs with four axle bogies to spread their weight: "Sixteen wheels on my wagon".
(Wagons) Freight trains use a large variety of wagons. The most popular type is the open BOXN type, used to haul bulk material to industries. The covered BCN series is used to ship general freight. Hopper cars, flatbed trailers and tanker cars are all used.
A piece of rolling stock used for the conveyance of freight.
A railway goods vehicle which has no roof.
A stupid name for a stupid contraption—the golf cart.
A chuck and a bedroll wagon goes out with the cowboys when they work cattle on the range for several months at a time, especially in the spring and fall.
Heb. aghalah ; so rendered in Gen 45:19, Gen 45:21, Gen 45:27; Gen 46:5; Num 7:3, Num 7:7, Num 7:8, but elsewhere rendered "cart" (Sa1 6:7, etc.). This vehicle was used for peaceful purposes. In Eze 23:24, however, it is the rendering of a different Hebrew word, and denotes a war-chariot.
A wagon is freight car. Wagons make up goods stock, q.v.. Contrast with vehicle. A unit wagon is a rigid (non-bogie stock) 4-wheeled freight car. Contrast with bogie stock.
A slang expression comparing sobriety to being on the back of a truck. To fall off the wagon is to start getting drunk again.
Some drivers refer to their trailer as a wagon.
A four-door passenger vehicle with passenger space in the front and a cargo area in the back instead of a trunk, smaller than an SUV.
When someone decides to support something that they were originally not for or against.
A euphemism for a woman’s buttocks. Usually part of the following question from TJ, “So, what kinda wagon you draggin’?”