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Oxford dictionary definition of the word cart:
a strong open vehicle with two or four wheels, typically used for carrying loads and pulled by a horse:
a horse and cart
a shallow open container on wheels that may be pulled or pushed by hand.
(also shopping cart)North American term for shopping trolley.
(also shopping cart) a facility on a website that records items selected by a customer for purchase until the transaction is completed:
from the product page select the size and quantity you’d like and click ‘Buy’ to add it to your cart
1convey or put in a cart or similar vehicle:
the meat was pickled in salt and carted to El Paso
2 [with object and adverbial of direction] informal carry (a heavy or cumbersome object) somewhere with difficulty:
they carted the piano down three flights of stairs
remove or convey (someone) somewhere unceremoniously:
they were carted off to the nearest police station
Cricket hit (the ball) with a powerful stroke that sends it a long way:
he carted Sinfield for six
in the cart
British informal in trouble or difficulty:
if he didn’t finish the round the whole team would be in the cart
put the cart before the horse
reverse the proper order or procedure of something.
noun (plural cartfuls)
Middle English: from Old Norse kartr, probably influenced by Anglo-Norman French and Old Northern French carete, diminutive of carre (see car)