Definition of 'carton'
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The moral of the story is to keep a close check when pouring from litre cartons. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We spend a lot of time arguing about whether plastic and cardboard cartons are different products. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He lightly shakes a carton from the large collection on his desk. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So he replaced the clothes with a few cartons of cigarettes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The cardboard carton costs more than the corn inside. The Sun (2008)Now there are no excuses for milk cartons at the table. The Sun (2011)We go to pour milk in our cereal and the carton is empty. Christianity Today (2000)Beside one foot stood a carton of juice with a pink straw. Times, Sunday Times (2006)First they found more cartons of cigarettes. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Then he put the empty carton in the correct recycling box as if he lived there. The Sun (2010)Both the established products come in liquid form, in a bottle or carton. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There's a fortune packed into those milk cartons. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They have bags made from old juice cartons that cost from 4.99. The Sun (2008)SHOPPERS are shunning milk in bottles and cartons for cheaper bags, it emerged yesterday. The Sun (2010)We drink cartons of boiled fruit juice, but we can't be bothered to peel one. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And don't buy individual cartons of drink, get a large bottle squash or dilute a big carton of fresh juice. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'carton'
British English: carton /ˈkɑːtn/ NOUN
A carton is a plastic or cardboard container in which food or drink is sold.
...a carton of milk.
- American English: carton
- Arabic: عُلْبَةٌ مِنَ الكَارْتُون
- Brazilian Portuguese: embalagem longa-vida
- Chinese: 硬纸盒
- Croatian: karton
- Czech: karton
- Danish: karton
- Dutch: kartonnen doos
- European Spanish: cartón
- Finnish: pahvilaatikko
- French: brique jus
- German: Pappkarton
- Greek: χαρτοκιβώτιο
- Italian: confezione
- Japanese: ボール箱
- Korean: 상자
- Norwegian: pappeske
- Polish: karton
- European Portuguese: embalagem
- Romanian: cutiede carton
- Russian: упаковка для пищевых продуктов
- Spanish: cartón
- Swedish: kartong
- Thai: กล่องบรรจุกระดาษหรือพลาสติก
- Turkish: karton kutu
- Ukrainian: пакет
- Vietnamese: hộp bìa các tông
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