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cart

cart

 
pronunciation:
kart
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb, intransitive verb
phrases:
put the cart before the horse
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: a heavy, two-wheeled, open vehicle drawn by horse, mule, or oxen and used to transport goods.
They loaded the cart with all their provisions.
synonyms:
dray, wagon
similar words:
truck, tumbrel
definition 2: a light, two-wheeled, open vehicle drawn by pony or dog and used to transport people.
synonyms:
dogcart, sulky
similar words:
buggy, tilbury, tumbrel
definition 3: a small, light vehicle moved by hand and used to carry goods.
Most American grocery stores provide shopping carts for use in the store.
 
synonyms:
handcart, pushcart
similar words:
barrow, dray, handbarrow, sled, truck, tumbrel, wagon, wheelbarrow
phrase: put the cart before the horse
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: carted, carting, carts
definition 1: to transport in, or as though in, a cart.
synonyms:
bear, carry, convey, haul, transport
similar words:
drag, drive, move, transfer, truck
definition 2: to carry or lug away with force or great effort (usu. fol. by off).
He carted off a great pile of laundry.They carted the convict off to prison.
synonyms:
haul, lug
similar words:
carry, drag, tote, truck, tug
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition: to drive a cart.
synonyms:
drive
similar words:
move, transfer, truck
derivation: carter (n.)
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