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carro

  
      sm  
1    (=carreta)   cart, waggon, wagon  
MODISMOS aguantar carros y carretas      to put up with anything  
MODISMOS apearse o bajarse del carro      *   to leave off, give it a rest *     
MODISMOS ¡para el carro!      *   hold your horses!  
MODISMOS pararle el carro a algn      *   to tell sb to stop  
MODISMOS poner el carro delante de las mulas o los bueyes      to put the cart before the horse  
MODISMOS subirse al carro      to climb o jump on the bandwagon  
MODISMOS tirar del carro      to do all the donkey work  
MODISMOS untar el carro a algn      to grease sb's palm  
  carro alegórico   float  
  carro aljibe   water cart  
  carro de golf   golf buggy  
  carro de guerra     (Hist)   chariot  
  carro de la compra   shopping trolley, shopping cart   (EEUU)  
2      (Mil)   tank  
  carro blindado   armoured car, armored car   (EEUU)  , armour-plated car, armor-plated car   (EEUU)     
  carro de asalto, carro de combate   tank
3      (LAm)   (=coche)   car  
(=taxi)  
cab, taxi  
(=vagón)  
carriage, car   (esp EEUU)     
(=autobús)  
bus, coach  
  carro comedor     (Méx)   dining car, restaurant car  
  carro correo   mail van  
  carro cuba   tank truck  
   carro de mudanzas          removal van, moving van   (EEUU)     
  carro dormitorio     (Méx)   sleeping car  
  carro fúnebre   hearse  
  carro tranvía, carro urbano   tramcar, streetcar   (EEUU)  
4    [+de máquina de escribir]   carriage
5    (=carga)   cartload  
un carro de problemas      a whole load of problems  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
taxi
exp.
cab
exp.
a whole load of problems
exp.
removal van
exp.
moving van
exp.
moving company
exp.
removals company
exp.
armoured {o} armored car
exp.
to do all the donkey work
(MODISMOS)
nm.
carriage return
[INFO]
v.
to give it a rest ; to leave off
[Fig.];[Fam.] (MODISMOS)
exp.
to climb {o} jump on the bandwagon
(MODISMOS)
v.
to give it a rest ; to leave off
[Fig.];[Fam.] (MODISMOS)
nm.
carriage return
[INFO]
exp.
bottle carrier
exp.
to be moving
exp.
hold your horses!
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to grease sb's palm
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to tell sb to stop
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to put the cart before the horse
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to undergo a change
n.
traffic jam
exp.
which cars?
exp.
to put up with anything
(MODISMOS)
exp.
the move won't mean {o} involve a lot of expense for us
exp.
one could hear the sound of cartwheels
exp.
to leave in a hurry
(MODISMOS)
exp.
to leave in disgrace
(MODISMOS)
exp.
we have got everything ready {o} arranged for the move
exp.
"are you going to help him with the move?" -- "no way!" {o} -- "you must be joking!"
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