noun, plural car·ro·ma·tas [kar-uh-mah-tuhz; Spanish kahr-raw-mah-tahs]. /ˌkær əˈmɑ təz; Spanish ˌkɑr rɔˈmɑ tɑs/.
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Origin of carromata
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Example sentences from the Web for carromata
The country cart is built something like the carromata and will accommodate four people.The Critic in the Orient|George Hamlin Fitch
He went downstairs, jumped into a carromata that was just rattling out of the court, and drove to the Intendencia.
At a plaza he tried to hail a carromata, but the cochero whipped up his horse in a frenzy of distrust.
The carromata wheels were iron-tired, and jolted—well, like Manila street carromatas of that day.
Since then a modification of the carromata and of another vehicle called calesin has been evolved.