The word of the day is: 'carreta' = cart/ wagon.
The noun 'carreta' is the Spanish word for a cart or wagon. The Spanish noun 'carreta' comes from 'carro', which in turn has its origin in Latin and means a two wheeled wagon or cart.
In some parts, the noun 'carreta' is also used to mean a slowcoach/ slowpoke (person) or a slow vehicle.
A related action word/ verb is 'carretear' which means to carry or to cart. In some parts, the verb 'carretear' is used to mean to take (by car/ to give a lift) or to taxi.
An example of usage of 'carreta' is:
Love-Spanish.com loves the word 'carreta' in YouTube clip in which Atahualpa Yupanqui sings Ronaldo Risso's song: Los ejes de mi carreta
More on the word 'carreta', visit: Wordreference.com/es/en/ Carreta