Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The act or process of carting.
  • noun The cost of carting.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The act of carrying in a cart.
  • noun The price paid for carting.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The act of carrying in a cart.
  • noun The price paid for carting.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The transport of goods by cart; carting
  • noun A charge made for such transport

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the work of taking something away in a cart or truck and disposing of it

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • I have saved on the book business in the way of 'cartage' and

    The Second William Penn A true account of incidents that happened along the old Santa Fe Trail

  • I can also forward your contact info to the local cartage company that will be moving all our house decors so they can get in touch with you to arrange shipping details.

    January 2009

  • I mean, if you can get a stove from a nearby town to a farmhouse, and you know there are mules, doesn't that imply there's a cartage industry?

    maybe a nice chesterfield or an ottoman.

  • I will like you to get back with your asking price for each artworks excluding the shipping expense because the artworks will be shipped with my other house items by the cartage company handling the shipment of our house items.

    September 2008

  • On December 5, as dockworkers and cartage men on distant St. Pierre marked the last day of Prohibition with a funeral cortege led by French and American flags at half mast, Sam Bronfman was already sitting on the four hundred thousand gallons of whiskey in the Rossville warehouse that had been part of the deal.

    LAST CALL

  • On December 5, as dockworkers and cartage men on distant St. Pierre marked the last day of Prohibition with a funeral cortege led by French and American flags at half mast, Sam Bronfman was already sitting on the four hundred thousand gallons of whiskey in the Rossville warehouse that had been part of the deal.

    LAST CALL

  • Wherever personal security or long haul cartage are required, Baskerville is there to answer the call.

    Ned Goldreyer: Super Pets Last All Winter Long

  • And also I can also forward your contact info to the local cartage company that will be moving all our house decors so they can get in touch with you to arrange shipping details.

    August 2007

  • For around 10 years, Lincoln was involved in the effort to reconcile the Midwest legislatures, governors, and private railroads, shipping, road cartage, and banks in creating a modern economic infrastructure. 6 in Leadership.

    Sarah Palin: "Is it political? Is it sexism? What is it that drives someone to believe the worst and perpetuate the worst ... gossip and lies?"

  • Choosing to craft almost insular inkblot dresses, inspired by a first generation ink-jet printer spewing its ink from a broken print cartage.

    Alex Geana: Fashion. Those Who Got it. Those Who Didn't.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.