[ wˈaɡənz], [ wˈaɡənz], [ w_ˈa_ɡ_ə_n_z]
Related words: railway carriages, railway carriage, what is a railway carriage, wagon meaning, railway transport, automobile
How to use "Waggons" in context?
Wagons are an important part of American history. Used to carry goods and people across the country, they have played a significant role in shaping the country as we know it. In Colonial America, wagons were often used for transportation of goods, people, and livestock. They were often drawn by horses, mules, or oxen. Wagon trains were a common sight in the western United States in the 1800s. Today, wagons continue to be used for transportation, but are now often pulled by Electric or Gas powered vehicles.
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