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freight

noun [no plural]   /freɪt/
goods, but not passengers, that are carried from one place to another, by ship, aircraft, train, or truck, or the system of transporting these goods carga The ship carries both freight and passengers. a freight company Will the goods be sent by air or sea freight? freight trains US The escaped prisoner made his getaway in a freight car on a train.1637
the money paid for transporting goods porte 1421
(Definition of freight from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

freight

noun /freit/
goods being carried from place to place carga, mercancías air-freight (also adjective) a freight train.
the money charged for carrying such goods flete He charged me $100 freight.
freighter noun
a ship (or aircraft) that carries freight rather than passengers. buque de carga
(Definition of freight from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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