bulk cargo

[ buhlk-kahr-goh ]

nounTransportation.
  1. cargo that is shipped loose and unpackaged, as grains, coal, ores, and oil: The hatchways are inspected to insure safe loading and discharging of the bulk cargo.

Origin of bulk cargo

1
First recorded in 1900–05

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