Caboose

Ca¬∑boose' (kȧ*bōs') noun [ Confer Dutch kabuis , kombuis , Danish kabys , Swedish kabysa , German kabuse a little room or hut. The First part of the word seems to be allied to W. cab cabin, booth. Confer Cabin .] [ Written also cambo...
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Caboose

• (n.) A car used on freight or construction trains for brakemen, workmen, etc.; a tool car. • (n.) A house on deck, where the cooking is done; -- commonly called the galley.
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caboose

(from the article `railroad`) One type of vehicle that is fast disappearing in North America and virtually extinct in Europe is the caboose, or brake-van. With modern air-braking ...
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Caboose

[ship`s galley] Caboose (also camboose, coboose, cubboos derived from the Dutch kombuis) is a term used for a small ship`s kitchen, or galley on deck. At one time a caboose related to a smaller kitchen on a merchantman ship, while on a larger warship it was called a galley. William Falconer`s 1780 A Universal Dictionary of the Marine descri...
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Caboose

US term for brake van
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Caboose

Caboose is British slang for a prison.
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Caboose

Caboose is British slang for a prison.
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Caboose

a small ship's kitchen, or galley on deck.
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Caboose

[disambiguation] A caboose is a manned railroad car at the end of a freight train in North America. Caboose may also refer to: == See also == ...
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Caboose

A caboose is a manned North American rail transport vehicle coupled at the end of a freight train. Cabooses provided shelter for crew at the end of a train, who were required for switching and shunting, and to keep a lookout for load shifting, damage to equipment and cargo, or overheating axles (hot boxes). Designs were originally modified box car...
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Caboose

a small ship's kitchen, or galley on deck.
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caboose

kitchen on the deck of a ship
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