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pram in Babies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprampram /præm/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDHB a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby can lie down while it is being pushed syn baby carriage American Englishbuggy a young woman pushing a pram
Examples from the Corpus
pramAnd I've got a pram in the back of the shop.She hit him so savagely that a woman with a pram told her to calm down.Pushchairs and prams are not admitted - backpacks available.Many have prams attached to accommodate babies.As this was also unsuccessful, she thought again and then emptied the pram of its contents.Frantically - but much too late - she ran in chase of the pram.The artefacts he'd collected were everywhere and the cellar was full of old toys and Victorian prams.