cartload

[kahrt-lohd]
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noun

the amount a cart can hold.

Nearby words

  1. cartilaginoid,
  2. cartilaginous,
  3. cartilaginous fish,
  4. cartilaginous joint,
  5. cartland,
  6. cartogram,
  7. cartograph,
  8. cartographer,
  9. cartographic,
  10. cartography

Origin of cartload

1250–1300; Middle English. See cart, load

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British Dictionary definitions for cartload

cartload

noun

the amount a cart can hold
a quantity of rubble, ballast, etc, of between one quarter and one half of a cubic yard
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