from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A light cart pushed by hand.
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- n. A small cart, normally with two or four wheels, that can be pushed by hand
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- n. wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels
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And facing them on the other side of his pushcart is a fruit peddler named Mel Brooks with a pushcart piled high with fruit.
Peñaflorida said that the award was an affirmation of the volunteer work that he and his fellow "pushcart" teachers had rendered to help educate poor young people.
He will use the vernacular of the pushcart which is popular in Indonesia.
On the sidewalk a young Mexican man rings a bell and sells paletas from a large pushcart cooler.
This independent network of entrepreneurs distributes Coca-Cola's beverage products to retailers, often by bicycle or pushcart.
In 1940, as part of an effort to get pushcart vendors off the streets, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia opened the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, among others.
He started off as a pushcart vendor, buying his cart for $25, according to Joseph and his brother Frank Liberatore .
He finally lifts a nectarine from his pushcart and he holds it out to them and says: Hey, guys, why doesn't someone buy a nectarine?
For example, there were no bids for 113 pushcart concessions, while 80 others resulted in just one bid.
Other concessions cited for poor management included pushcart licenses in Battery Park, the Central Park tennis courts and the ice-skating rink at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.