|Language:||Old North French|
|Origin:||cariage, from carier; CARRY1|
a vehicle with wheels that is pulled by a horse, used in the past
vehicle pulled by horse[countable]TTB
one of the parts of a train where passengers sit [= car American English]
train[countable] British EnglishTTT
the act of moving goods from one place to another or the cost of moving them:
movement of goods[uncountable]TT British English formal
Canals were originally built for the carriage of coal.
It costs £45.50 including carriage.
a moving part of a machine that supports or moves another part:
the carriage of a typewriter
used when describing the position of someone's body as they walk, stand, or sit:
position of body[uncountable] formal
her graceful carriage
something with wheels that is used to move a heavy object, especially a gun