noun \ˈkärt\

Definition of CART

:  a heavy usually horse-drawn 2-wheeled vehicle used for farming or transporting freight
:  a lightweight 2-wheeled vehicle drawn by a horse, pony, or dog
:  a small wheeled vehicle

Examples of CART

  1. <a cart piled up with hay>

Origin of CART

Middle English, probably from Old Norse kartr; akin to Old English cræt cart
First Known Use: 13th century



: to carry or move (something) in a cart

: to carry or move (something)

: to take (someone) away by force

Full Definition of CART

transitive verb
:  to carry or convey in or as if in a cart <buses to cart the kids to and from school — L. S. Gannett>
:  to take or drag away without ceremony or by force —usually used with off <they carted him off to jail>
cart·er noun

Examples of CART

  1. We carted some dirt to the garden.
  2. I carted all the books home.
  3. He carted the bags away.

First Known Use of CART

14th century
May 29, 2015
bodacious Hear it
unmistakable, remarkable, or voluptuous
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