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cart in Furniture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcartcart1 /kɑːt $ kɑːrt/ ●●○ noun [countable]  1 TTBa vehicle with no roof that is pulled by a horse and used for carrying heavy things handcart2 American EnglishTTD a large wire basket on wheels that you use in a supermarket syn trolley British English3 the place on an Internet shopping website where you put things that you wish to buy4 American EnglishDHF a small table with wheels, used for moving and serving food and drinks syn trolley British English5 put the cart before the horse upset the apple cart at upset2(5)
Examples from the Corpus
cartA cart drove very loudly into the yard below.Pamela Stephenson is upsetting the apple cart with her war against harmful pesticides in our food.Then the waiter wheeled the dessert cart over to our table.Petrol is nearly nonexistent too: deliveries are made in dray carts.As far as we know, nobody ever pulled a drive-by shooting from a golf cart.Some one almost crashed into her cart.A passing cart rolled by splattering him with mud and Corbett quietly cursed Burnell for sending him here.McMenamy stacked the bags on the cart.The cart moved off along the bumpy road towards the rocky mountains in the distance.