|cart that tilts for emptying||tipcart|
|(British usage) a street merchant who sells fruit or vegetables or fish from a cart||coster|
|(French) truck; dray, cart or wagon used for transporting heavy loads||camion|
|(tumbril) cart for transporting victims to their execution (especially to the guillotine during the time of the French Revolution); dumpcart (especially one used for transporting dung)||tumbrel|
|acrobatic movement, do cartwheel, large coin, wheel of a cart; somersault performed sideways, lateral handspring, wooden wheel of cart||cartwheel|
|act of clearing people out, act of removing people (from a dangerous area, war zone, etc.); act of vacating; withdrawal; act of emptying||evacuating|
|act of emptying bowels, act of moving, motion; specific type of motion, step (in dance, sports, etc.); organization or group of people with a common goal or ideology; musical piece; repositioning; moving parts of a mechanism; defecation, activities and...||movement|
|act of emptying, cancellation; evisceration, invalidation of contract, vacancy||voidance|
|act of transporting a load on a cart; cost for transporting a load on a cart||drayage|
|adjust mechanical parts accurately, cable car, silk thread, streetcar, streetcar; cart run on tracks in a coal mine, vehicle in coal mine||tram|
|ammunition box, coffer, float to raise ships, horse-drawn vehicle, underwater work chamber, water block, watertight chamber for working underwater; ammunition cart||caisson|
|ancient burial mound, castrated pig, hand cart, pushcart, tumulus, wheelbarrow, handcart; cart||barrow|
|animals performing together, animals worked together, cooperatively functioning group, drive a team, form or form into a team, group forming side in sports competition, crew; selected group; cart pulled by hitched horses, grouping of animals, harness, ...||team|
|artificial waterway, channel water away from, duct; emptying of liquid; hole in sink or bathtub used for emptying water; (British) sewer pipe, device to remove fluid from wound, discharge into something, draw out (liquid); flow out (liquid); empty slow...||drain|
|be involved with somebody, cart pushed by hand, dealings, drive a truck, exchange something, goods, large goods vehicle, large vehicle used to carry loads; wheeled frame for moving heavy things, dolly; piece of wood at the head of a mast or flagstaff w...||truck|
|bogeyman, booger, cause of trouble, ghost, phantom, evil spirit; U.F.O.; cargo cart; unidentified aircraft (same as BOGY), one over par, police officer, score one over par for hole||bogey|
|Canada U.K.}: wheeled cart pushed by hand, Canada U.K.}: wheeled table, device collecting power from an overhead wire, gurney, move by trolley, streetcar propelled by electric current; device by which electric streetcar draws its current from a wire co...||trolley|
|car, wagon; coach, carriage, carry or transport something or somebody, carry something roughly, drag or carry by force; carry or convey in a cart, horse-drawn carriage, horse-drawn vehicle carrying goods, small motorized vehicle, vehicle pushed by hand...||cart|
|cariole, old cart, small open horse carriage (also cariole); covered cart||carriole|
|carriole, small carriage or cart||cariole|
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