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CART, noun

1. A carriage with two wheels, fitted to be drawn by one horse, or by a yoke of oxen, and used in husbandry or commercial cities for carrying heavy commodities. In Great Britain, carts are usually drawn by horses. In America, horse-carts are used mostly in cities, and ox-carts in the country.

2. A carriage in general.

CART, verb transitive

1. To carry or convey on a cart; as, to cart hay.

2. To expose in a cart by way of punishment.