barrowbarrow1 | meaning of barrow1 in Collins Dictionariesbarrow1 meaning, definition, what is barrow1: the amount contained in or on a barrow: Learn more.the amount contained in or on a barrowWhat does barrow1 mean and how do you use barrow1 in a sentence?[URL]/barrow
1. countable nounA barrow is the same as a wheelbarrow.2. countable nounA barrow is a cart from which fruit or other goods are sold in the street. [British]regional note: in AM, use pushcart3. countable nounA barrow is a large structure made of earth that people used to build over graves in ancient times.
Joan will send the bags up in a barrow with one of the men later on.Butler, Gwendoline COFFIN ON THE WATERI couldn't think why she needed that MBA her father had put her through, she had the head and muscle of a barrow boy.Robert Wilson BLOOD IS DIRTAnd if he did, he certainly wouldn't have had time to murderJanet West, wheel her body along the river and return the barrow to the yard.Forsythe, Malcolm THE BOOK LADY