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bargeverb [I or T, usually + adv/prep]

uk   /bɑːdʒ/  us   /bɑːrdʒ/
to hurry somewhere or through a place in a rude and forceful way: They barged through the crowds. When the doors opened she barged her way to the front of the queue. The man barged (= pushed) into her and ran on without stopping.
Phrasal verbs

bargenoun [C]

uk   /bɑːdʒ/  us   /bɑːrdʒ/
a long boat with a flat bottom, used for carrying heavy objects on rivers or canals
Translations of “barge”
in Arabic مَرْكِب لِنَقْل البَضائع…
in Korean 바지선…
in Malaysian baj…
in French chaland, péniche…
in Turkish mavna, yük gemisi…
in Italian chiatta…
in Chinese (Traditional) (魯莽地)衝,闖…
in Russian баржа…
in Polish barka…
in Vietnamese sà lan…
in Spanish barcaza…
in Portuguese barcaça…
in Thai เรือท้องแบน…
in German der Lastkahn, das Frachtschiff, das Motorschiff…
in Catalan barcassa…
in Japanese (平底の)荷船, はしけ…
in Indonesian bargas, tongkang…
in Chinese (Simplified) (鲁莽地)冲,闯…
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