carry cargo

  • 1cargo ship — noun a ship designed to carry cargo • Syn: ↑cargo vessel • Hypernyms: ↑ship • Hyponyms: ↑banana boat, ↑bottom, ↑freighter, ↑merchantman, ↑ …

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  • 2cargo vessel — noun a ship designed to carry cargo • Syn: ↑cargo ship • Hypernyms: ↑ship • Hyponyms: ↑banana boat, ↑bottom, ↑freighter, ↑merchantman, ↑ …

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  • 3cargo vessel — noun Any vessel designed to carry cargo …

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  • 4Cargo airline — Cargo airlines (or airfreight carriers, and derivatives of these names) are airlines dedicated to the transport of cargo. Some cargo airlines are divisions or subsidiaries of larger passenger airlines.LogisticsAir transport is a vital component… …

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  • 5Cargo planes bomb plot — Location United States of America (target); East Midlands Airport and Dubai International Airport (discovered) Date October 29, 2010 (discovered) Target 2 planes Attack …

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  • 6carry — vb Carry, bear, convey, transport, transmit are comparable when they mean to be or to serve as the agent or the means whereby something or someone is moved from one place to another. Carry often implies the use of a cart or carriage or more… …

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  • 7Cargo ship — The Colombo Express, one of the largest container ships in the world (when she was built in 2005), owned and operated by Hapag Lloyd of Germany …

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  • 8cargo — n. 1) to carry, haul cargo 2) to load, take on; stow; transfer cargo 3) to unload cargo 4) contraband; general cargo 5) (misc.) a cargo plane; ship * * * [ kɑːgəʊ] general cargo haul cargo ship stow take on …

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  • 9cargo — Goods being transported. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * cargo car‧go [ˈkɑːgəʊ ǁ ˈkɑːrgoʊ] noun cargoes PLURALFORM or cargos [countable, uncountable] TRANSPORT goods …

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  • 10cargo — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ bulk, heavy ▪ precious, valuable ▪ a precious cargo of antiques ▪ deadly, hazardous …

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  • 11cargo */ — UK [ˈkɑː(r)ɡəʊ] / US [ˈkɑrɡoʊ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms cargo : singular cargo plural cargoes or cargos a) things that are being sent by ship, plane, train, or truck The ship and all its cargo sank. b) [only before noun] used about …

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  • 12cargo — I Scottish Vernacular Dictionary Carry out of alcoholic drinks Get me a cargo furr a swally the night II Jamaican Slang Glossary A big and heavy gold or expensive chain one wears to show wealth. III Glesga Glossary Carry Out essentials from off… …

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  • 13carry — verb Carry is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑aircraft, ↑barge, ↑blood vessel, ↑boat, ↑bus, ↑cable, ↑cart, ↑convoy, ↑current, ↑demonstrator, ↑escalator, ↑ …

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  • 14cargo — car|go [ kargou ] (plural car|goes) noun count or uncount * things that are being sent by ship, airplane, train, or truck: a cargo of oil bound for New York a. only before noun used about ships, airplanes, etc. that carry goods: a cargo… …

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  • 15carry the can —    to receive undeserved punishment while the culprit goes free    Some authorities suggest that the can contained beer. Common use in the First World War suggests that it was more likely to have carried food prepared behind the lines for those… …

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  • 16cargo bike — /ˈkagoʊ baɪk/ (say kahgoh buyk) noun a bicycle designed to carry a load, usually by having a frame that is longer than usual in order to support a box between the cyclist and the front wheel, or by having two wheels at the front with a box… …

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  • 17Suzuki Carry — This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Japanese Wikipedia. Suzuki Carry …

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  • 18Submarine Cargo Vessel — The Submarine Cargo Vessel (Russian: Подводное транспортное судно ) is a proposed idea from the Russian Rubin Design Bureau. The idea is to utilise decommissioned SSBNs ( nuclear powered ballistic missile submarine ) from the Russian Navy to… …

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  • 19Dry bulk cargo barge — A self propelled dry bulk barge carrying crushed stone near Wuhan, 18 June 2006 …

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  • 20Neo-bulk cargo — In the ocean shipping trade, neo bulk cargo is a type of cargo that is a subcategory of general cargo, alongside the other subcategories of break bulk cargo and containerized cargo.[1] (Gerhardt Muller, erstwhile professor at the United States… …

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