Definition of 'wheelbarrow'
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The wheelbarrow needs filling, after all. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Then he would ride a bicycle back and forth, and then he would push a wheelbarrow back and forth. Christianity Today (2000)Each in turns fills a wheelbarrow and then with great effort pushes it to where the other man is digging, and empties it. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)My father had a green wooden wheelbarrow and through the course of a day's gardening he filled it with a mountain of weeds and clippings. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We might as well have got a wheelbarrow, filled it with 20 notes and set fire to it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Before that we have a fancy-dress wheelbarrow race: one person sits in the barrow while the other pushes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'wheelbarrow'
British English: wheelbarrow /ˈwiːlˌbærəʊ/ NOUN
A wheelbarrow is a small open cart with one wheel and handles that is used for carrying things, for example in the garden.
Next to her is a wheelbarrow full of flowers for planting.
- American English: wheelbarrow
- Arabic: عَرَبَةُ يَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: carrinho de mão
- Chinese: 独轮车
- Croatian: tačke
- Czech: trakař
- Danish: trillebør
- Dutch: kruiwagen
- European Spanish: carretilla
- Finnish: kottikärryt
- French: brouette
- German: Schubkarren
- Greek: χειραμάξιο
- Italian: carriola
- Japanese: 手押し車
- Korean: 1륜 손수레
- Norwegian: trillebår
- Polish: taczka
- European Portuguese: carrinho de mão
- Romanian: roabă
- Russian: тачка
- Spanish: carretilla
- Swedish: skottkärra
- Thai: รถเข็นล้อเดียว
- Turkish: el arabası
- Ukrainian: тачка
- Vietnamese: xe cút kít
Definition of wheelbarrow from the Collins English Dictionary
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