oxcart


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oxcart

(ˈɒkskɑːt) or

ox-cart

n
a cart drawn by an ox or oxen

ox•cart

(ˈɒksˌkɑrt)

n.
an ox-drawn cart.
[1740–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.oxcart - a cart that is drawn by an oxoxcart - a cart that is drawn by an ox  
cart - a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal
Translations

oxcart

[ˈɒkskɑːt] Ncarro m de bueyes

oxcart

ox-cart [ˈɒkskɑːrt] nchar m à bœufs
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The illustrious company had now been two days in the inn; and as it seemed to them time to depart, they devised a plan so that, without giving Dorothea and Don Fernando the trouble of going back with Don Quixote to his village under pretence of restoring Queen Micomicona, the curate and the barber might carry him away with them as they proposed, and the curate be able to take his madness in hand at home; and in pursuance of their plan they arranged with the owner of an oxcart who happened to be passing that way to carry him after this fashion.
In addition to dull-ice flowers, the trail is dotted with interesting artworks such as an oxcart, a waterwheel, and a bicycle that project the image of a farming village, the agency added.
That said, there is no doubt that when a piece of equipment goes down in one of these industries, everyone mobilizes to "get the oxcart out of the ditch" and ensure the asset is back online as quickly as possible, according to study by contributing author Andy Flores, a partner at ScottMadden.
Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) in Huntsville, Alabama, began restoring an A-12 Oxcart, it took only a local telephone call to obtain the aerospace coatings required to paint the legendary spy plane.
After all, here was a big movie star: a friend of Brando's, Al Pacino's mother in Scarface, the first Puerto Rican woman to study at the Actors Studio, the producer of The Oxcart.
Tsapasoa Fedraza's 20-year-old mother had taken him to the nuns, who run an emergency shelter in the town, after neighbors in her nearby village put her in an oxcart and told her to get him help before he died of malnutrition, she said.
58) The radial features comprise oxcart tracks and rice fields radiating out from a central prehistoric mound, of which Phum Lovea is an example.
The long passage in which Oedipus and Tiresias, riding in an oxcart, fall silent after a sustained and probing dialogue, so that we hear without distraction the creaking and rumbling of the wooden wheels on the unpaved road--the matter of their conversation resonating in our minds--is among the most eloquent in the history of the art.
He killed poor Uzzah for touching the Ark, though Uzzah was only trying to save it from falling off its oxcart.
But he originally arrived by oxcart in pursuit of gold, like so many of the early inhabitants of Jacksonville.
After pulling their mother to a religious festival in an oxcart, she prayed that the goddess give her sons "the best thing that can happen to a man.
A poor farmer called Gordius arrived with his wife in a public square of Phrygia in an oxcart one day.