Definition of handcart in English:


Line breaks: hand|cart
Pronunciation: /ˈhan(d)kɑːt


A small cart pushed or drawn by hand, used for delivering merchandise or luggage.
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  • But that afternoon an army of more than 50 men began scraping the snow and ice into heaps that were removed in wheel-barrows, handcarts and small wagons and dumped on the track bordering the pitch.
  • And the extras start moving - walking, chatting, pushing handcarts.
  • And so, pushing his handcart with a hessian sack or two on it, he would set off for Fluke Hall which was by the shore and was a journey of at least three miles.

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