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cartload

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcartloadcart‧load /ˈkɑːtləʊd $ ˈkɑːrtloʊd/ noun [countable]  AMOUNTthe amount that a cart can holdcartload of cartloads of hay
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cartloadA cartload of garlic vanishes from under your nose.We bought cartloads of parchment from Charterhouse, Oxford and even sent orders to places as far north as Norwich and Cambridge.Much of the cider produced was for local consumption, with farmers bringing in their cartloads of apples for processing.
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