cartful


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cartful

(ˈkɑːtˌfʊl)
n
the amount a cart can hold
Translations

cartful

[ˈkɑːtˌfʊl] ncarrettata
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A cartful of loose coal making its way down Court Lane, towards New Elvet, in the early 1900s
Many of the priceless artifacts we have tucked away in some obscure corners of our barrios and decrepit ancestral homes are being stolen and smuggled away by the cartful from where they truly belong.
With the children now raising their own families and with my acting abilities diluted by age, do not be surprised if you see a senior citizen, suddenly pull over, turn on the hazard lights and walk willy-nilly to a 'cartful of guavas' located a fairly long way from a rickety old rattletrap.
The current average cost of a cartful of select food staples--including milk, bread, rice, chicken, eggs and produce--in Norway is 50 U.S.