Cargo

See Air cargo.

cargo

[n] - goods carried by a large vehicle
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cargo

Goods that are carried by sea or land.
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Cargo

Car'go noun ; plural Cargoes . [ Spanish cargo , carga , burden, load, from cargar to load, from cargar to load, charge, See Charge .] The lading or freight of a ship or other vessel; the goods, merchandise, or whatever is conveyed in a vessel or boat;...
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cargo

lading noun goods carried by a large vehicle
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Cargo

Goods being transported.
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Cargo

• (n.) The lading or freight of a ship or other vessel; the goods, merchandise, or whatever is conveyed in a vessel or boat; load; freight.
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cargo

(from the article `northern Mexican Indian`) ...community is built around a political and religious structure having its origin in the village organization set up by early missionaries to carry ...
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cargo

cargo 1. Goods carried by a large vehicle. 2. The freight carried by a ship, an aircraft, or another vehicle. 3. Etymology: from Spanish cargo, 'burden' from cargar 'to load, impose taxes', from Late Latin carricare, 'to load on a cart', from Latin carrus, 'wagon'.
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cargo

Characterized by sporting a large pocket usually with a flap and a pleat.
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Cargo

[cosmetics] CARGO is a Canadian cosmetics company founded in 1996 by Hana Zalzal. Originally based in Toronto, Ontario, it is now a multimillion dollar company with makeup sold in five different countries. A signature of the brand is their oversize metal tins of lip gloss. The name CARGO comes from the idea that makeup is every woman`s `car...
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cargo

Characterized by sporting a large pocket usually with a flap and a pleat.
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Cargo

Goods, merchandise or commodities of every description which may be carried aboard a vessel, in consideration of the freight charged; does not include provisions and stores for use on board.
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Cargo

Cargo is the goods or merchandise carried by a trading vessel from one place to another. When part of the cargo is on deck it is called the deck cargo, as distinguished from the inboard cargo.
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Cargo

Cargo pants are a commercial imitation of army combat trousers, characterised by having one or more knee-high pockets on the legs.
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Cargo

Cargo (or freight) is goods or produce transported, generally for commercial gain, by ship or aircraft, although the term is now extended to intermodal train, van or truck. In modern times, containers are used in most long-haul cargo transport. In case of cold chain goods, especially those with limited shelf life, since they are always in transit,...
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cargo

The freight (goods, products) carried by a ship, barge, train, truck or plane.
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