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shopping cart

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshopping cartˈshopping ˌcart noun [countable] American English  supermarket_trolley.jpg a large metal basket on wheels that you push around when you are shopping in a supermarket syn cart American English, shopping trolley British English
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shopping cartPushing a shopping cart full of possessions.In another exercise, we were put in groups and given the job of redesigning a shopping cart.VerioStore incorporates on-line product catalogs, a cash register, a shopping cart and shipping and sales tax calculations.I wheel a shopping cart down the aisles of the neighborhood Grand Union, and he follows, swiftly, greedily.Rounding the third aisle, catching up on months of gossip, we practically hit her with our shopping cart.When we park the shopping cart and dump our bag, they swoop down to investigate.
From Longman Business Dictionaryshopping cartˈshopping ˌcart noun [countable]1American English a large metal basket on wheels that you push around when you are shopping in a supermarket SYN shopping trolley BrE2COMPUTINGCOMMERCEsoftware that keeps a record of the things you buy on a website until you are ready to pay for them
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