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wagon

[ wag-uhn ]
/ ˈwæg ən /
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noun
verb (used with object)
to transport or convey by wagon.
verb (used without object)
Also especially British, waggon . to proceed or haul goods by wagon: It was strenuous to wagon up the hill.
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Idioms about wagon

Origin of wagon

First recorded in 1505–15; from Dutch wagen; cognate with Old English wægn “farm wagon”; see wain

OTHER WORDS FROM wagon

wag·on·less, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for wagon (1 of 2)

wagon

waggon

/ (ˈwæɡən) /

noun
verb
(tr) to transport by wagon

Derived forms of wagon

wagonless or waggonless, adjective

Word Origin for wagon

C16: from Dutch wagen wain

British Dictionary definitions for wagon (2 of 2)

Wagon

Waggon

/ (ˈwæɡən) /

noun
the Wagon another name for the Plough
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Other Idioms and Phrases with wagon

wagon

see fix someone's wagon; hitch one's wagon; on the bandwagon; on the wagon.

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