tea wagon


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tea wagon

n.
A small table on wheels for serving tea or holding dishes. Also called teacart.
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tea wagon

n
a US and Canadian variant for tea trolley
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tea′ wag`on


n.
a small table on wheels for carrying articles for use in serving tea. Also called teacart.
[1920–25]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tea wagon - serving cart for serving tea or light refreshmentstea wagon - serving cart for serving tea or light refreshments
serving cart - a handcart for serving food
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Some of you will remember Regards To Broad Street - a city centre Indian restaurant - along with The Tea Wagon on Colmore Row and Albert's Wine Bar in Dale End, where Homeland actor David Harewood worked in his youth.
Others remember Regards To Broad Street - a city centre Indian restaurant - along with e Tea Wagon on Colmore Row and Albert's Wine Bar in Dale End, where Homeland actor David Harewood worked in his youth.
Nostalgic shots of the old Kardomah cafe on Bold Street or WRVS ladies handing out drinks from the tea wagon during the Blitz bring back memories.