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cargonoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈkɑː.ɡəʊ/  us   /ˈkɑːr.ɡoʊ/ (plural cargoes or cargos)
C2 the goods carried by a ship, aircraft, or other large vehicle: a cargo ship/plane The ship was carrying a cargo of wood.
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in Arabic بَضائع…
in Korean 화물…
in Malaysian kargo…
in French cargaison…
in Turkish yük, yük eşyası…
in Italian carico…
in Chinese (Traditional) (輪船、飛機等大型交通工具裝載的)貨物…
in Russian груз…
in Polish towar, ładunek…
in Vietnamese hàng hóa chở trên tàu thủy hoặc máy bay…
in Spanish carga, cargamento…
in Portuguese carregamento…
in Thai สินค้าที่บรรทุก…
in German die Fracht…
in Catalan càrrega…
in Japanese 貨物…
in Indonesian muatan…
in Chinese (Simplified) (轮船、飞机等大型交通工具装载的)货物…
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