tote Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Meaning of “tote” in the English Dictionary

"tote" in British English

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toteverb [T]

uk   /təʊt/  us   /toʊt/ informal
to ​carry something, ​especially something ​heavy or ​awkward: She usually toted the ​baby around in a ​backpack. The ​building was ​surrounded with ​bodyguards toting sub-machine guns. Gun-toting ​security men were ​posted at all the ​entrances.

totenoun

uk   /təʊt/  us   /toʊt/

tote noun (RACING)

the Tote [S] trademark in the UK, a ​system of putting bets on ​horses or ​dogs in a ​race

tote noun (BAG)

[C] a tote bag
(Definition of tote from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"tote" in American English

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toteverb [T]

 us   /toʊt/ infml
to ​carry something with you: [M] Tommy always totes around his ​cellphone.
(Definition of tote from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “tote”
in Spanish acarrear…
in Vietnamese mang…
in Malaysian membawa…
in Thai ถือ…
in French trimballer…
in German schleppen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 携带,搬运,背负(尤指重物或不便之物)…
in Indonesian membawa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 攜帶,搬運,背負(尤指重物或不便之物)…
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