Definition of cartage in English:

cartage

Syllabification: cart·age
Pronunciation: /ˈkärtij
 
/

noun

The transporting of something in a cart or other vehicle.
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  • The plan would result in the gradual closure of the rail system and the transfer of total cane cartage to road transport.
  • Rehearsal and cartage are bottom-line necessities, but, especially with cartage, most people just don't realize what goes into it.
  • Housed in a building that was once home to film director Tim Burton and his production studio, Swing House also offers Public Address and equipment rentals, cartage and storage.

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