(n.) = trolly ; carriage ; cart ; chariot ; waggon [wagon, -USA] ; trolley. Ex: Although microcomputers are relatively robust, they do not take kindly to frequent moves from one location to another, particularly on wheeled trollies. Ex: The two formes of the sheet were imposed on the bed of the reciprocating carriage where they were inked by two sets of rollers, one at each end of the frame. Ex: The replacement of the horse and cart by the motor truck has improved the transport system. Ex: Built for King Frederick William II. in 1788-91 with the Quadriga on top, a four-horse chariot driven by the goddess of Victory, holding the symbols of victory. Ex: In San Francisco horse-drawn wagons preceded the cable cars. Ex: When you arrive at the check-out desk you have a laden trolley and many more items than on your shopping list. ---- * bajarse del carro = get down + Posesivo + high horse ; get off + Posesivo + high horse. * carro con ruedas = wheeled trolly. * carro de combate = tank. * carro de la compra = shopping cart ; shopping trolley. * carro de los platos sucios = dirty-dish cart. * chupar carro = be just along for the ride. * chupar carro de = ride (on) + Posesivo + coattails ; cash in on. * engancharse al carro = jump on + the bandwagon ; ride + the hype ; catch + the fever ; jump on + the gravy train ; climb on + the gravy train ; climb on + the bandwagon ; get on + the bandwagon ; get on + the gravy train ; ride + the gravy train. * ¡para el carro! = steady on!. * parar el carro = hold + Posesivo + horses. * retorno de carro = carriage return. * subirse al carro = get on + Posesivo + high horse ; jump on + the bandwagon ; jump on + the gravy train ; climb on + the gravy train ; climb on + the bandwagon ; get on + the bandwagon ; get on + the gravy train ; ride + the gravy train. * tirar del carro = pull + Posesivo + (own) weight ; pull together ; lend + a (helping) hand ; put + Posesivo + shoulder to the wheel ; set + Posesivo + shoulder to the wheel ; muck in ; pitch in ; give + Nombre + a (helping) hand.