serving cart


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Noun1.serving cart - a handcart for serving foodserving cart - a handcart for serving food    
handcart, pushcart, cart, go-cart - wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels; "he used a handcart to carry the rocks away"; "their pushcart was piled high with groceries"
pastry cart - a serving cart for displaying pastry desserts to restaurant patrons
tea cart, tea trolley, tea wagon, teacart - serving cart for serving tea or light refreshments
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Later, onboard the flight, Uskanil tried to get to the cockpit door but was stopped by one of the flight attendants jamming her serving cart in the doorway that separates the first class from coach.
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Designed by Spanish studio MUT Design, the Float collection for Miras Editions consists of five furniture pieces for the kitchen, an island, a cupboard, a glass cabinet, a serving cart, and a room divider.
In addition to the dining set, additional pieces included an ornately embellished serving cart, a cushioned chaise with wheels and a swivel rocker chair.
He suggests using one as a serving cart to transport food from the kitchen to the dining room or deck; it can also be used as a buffet table or as an everyday utility cart.
I need everything showing in the picture that goes With it: chairs, potting bench, chaise, serving cart, grill, umbrella, lights, and cushions.
About time," Froud complained as I dived behind the dented serving cart, "I told you it was no job for a boy.
The house has one very unusual but startlingly logical feature: a completely mobile kitchen - including the stove, sink cabinets, serving cart and roller cabinets.
Among the gotta-have gifts is the Deluxe Continental Breakfast Silver Service, a way-cool two-decker serving cart with casters, comes complete with a silver-finished tea set, as well as cups, plates and utensils for four, plus napkins and an etiquette book, all for $19.
The Grand Floridian Collection features a variety of deep seating and dining arrangements and includes versatile accessories such as a martini bar, swivel bar stools and a serving cart.
The unit can sit on a table top or be raised to cooking height with an optional serving cart (pictured, about $40).
Froud poked his head above the serving cart we were hiding behind, narrowly avoiding a wad of fast flying potatoes.