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handbarrow

[ hand-bar-oh ]
/ ˈhændˌbær oʊ /
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noun
a frame with handles at each end by which it is carried.
a handcart.
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Origin of handbarrow

First recorded in 1400–50, handbarrow is from the late Middle English word handberwe.See hand, barrow1
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British Dictionary definitions for handbarrow

handbarrow
/ (ˈhændˌbærəʊ) /

noun
a flat tray for transporting loads, usually carried by two men
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