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wheelbarrow

[ hweel-bar-oh, weel- ]
/ ˈʰwilˌbær oʊ, ˈwil- /
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noun
a frame or box for conveying a load, supported at one end by a wheel or wheels, and lifted and pushed at the other by two horizontal shafts.
verb (used with object)
to move or convey in a wheelbarrow.
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Origin of wheelbarrow

Middle English word dating back to 1300–50; see origin at wheel, barrow1
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British Dictionary definitions for wheelbarrow

wheelbarrow
/ (ˈwiːlˌbærəʊ) /

noun
a simple vehicle for carrying small loads, typically being an open container supported by a wheel at the front and two legs and two handles behind
verb
(tr) to convey in a wheelbarrow
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