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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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palletpal‧let /ˈpælɪt/ noun [countable]  1 TIa large frame, used for storing or carrying heavy things wooden pallets2 DHHa rough cloth bag filled with straw, used in the past for sleeping on
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palletAs I settled the man on to a pallet and helped the Sister fasten the glucose drip, I felt less uncomfortable.A pallet is in the middle of the floor covered with newspaper and a blanket at the foot.He fell on to his pallet, breathing hard.Two men were killed when one pallet landed on them.Most of the produced pallets I have listed for the fourth were warehoused and then sent out on delivery.She trips and falls down on to the pallet.There are three pallets left from that day's production apart from what you locked in.In meditation bring out your pallet of the emotions and paint your mind with the colours of love.
From Longman Business Dictionarypalletpal‧let /ˈpælɪt/ noun [countable] TRANSPORTa large flat wooden frame, used for lifting, storing, and moving very heavy things SYN skid AmE
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