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handcartnoun [C]

uk   /ˈhænd.kɑːt/ us   /ˈhænd.kɑːrt/
a small vehicle with two wheels and two long handles that is pushed or pulled with your hands, used for carrying goods
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Translations of “handcart”
in Arabic عَربة اليَدّ…
in Korean 손수레…
in Portuguese carrinho de mão…
in Catalan carretó…
in Japanese 手車, 手押し車…
in Chinese (Simplified) 手推车…
in Chinese (Traditional) 手推車…
in Italian carretto a mano…
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