Definition of wagonload in English:

wagonload

Syllabification: wag·on·load
Pronunciation: /ˈwaɡənˌlōd
 
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noun

An amount of something that can be carried in one wagon: a wagonload of food
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  • The biggest tillers can power log splitters, pull a wagonload of rocks or clear snow from a driveway.
  • He is also planning to run for governor and has raised wagonloads of private money already.
  • BLM forced us to burn a wagonload of money on archaeologists and environmental consultants.

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