Meaning of CART in English

CART

noun

1 vehicle pulled by animals

ADJECTIVE

▪ heavy

▪ horse-drawn

▪ bullock , donkey , ox , etc.

▪ farm

▪ hay

VERB + CART

▪ drive

▪ draw , pull

▪ ride in

▪ climb on , climb onto , get on , get onto

▪ climb off , get off

▪ load , unload

CART + VERB

▪ roll

▪ clatter , creak , rumble

The ~ rumbled on up the street.

▪ carry sth

CART + NOUN

▪ driver

▪ track ( BrE )

PREPOSITION

▪ by ~

In the old days coal supplies came by ~.

▪ in a/the ~

She brought the vegetables in an ox ~.

▪ on a/the ~ , onto a/the ~

They piled their furniture onto a ~.

PHRASES

▪ the back of a ~

▪ a horse and ~ , a pony and ~

2 ( AmE ) small vehicle ⇨ See also ↑ buggy , ↑ trolley

ADJECTIVE

▪ golf , ice-cream

▪ grocery , shopping

▪ baggage , luggage

▪ beverage , serving

▪ electric , hand (usually handcart ) , motorized , rolling , wheeled

VERB + CART

▪ push , trundle , wheel

a man wheeling an ice-cream ~ along

▪ drive

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