Waggon is a kind of vehicle with front and rear axles, pulled by a reacg or tongue, which is usually connected to the front axle, for steering. The body of the waggon is designed to carry loads and varies in size from a child?s pull toy to one with a 50 ton capacity.
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): Waggons

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