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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_342_atrolleytrol‧ley /ˈtrɒli $ ˈtrɑːli/ ●○○ noun [countable]  1 supermarket_trolley.jpg British EnglishD a large basket on wheels that you use for carrying bags, shopping etc syn cart American English a supermarket trolley2 British EnglishDFU a small table on wheels used for serving food syn cart American English a drinks trolley the sweet trolley (=one for serving sweet dishes, cakes etc in a restaurant)3 American EnglishTTC an electric vehicle for carrying passengers which moves along the street on metal tracks syn tram British English4 TTCa trolleybus5 be off your trolley
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trolleyAt the other end the teachers were ready to hoist it on to a trolley for transportation to the basket lift.Our picture shows Tommy Lundie with the new trolley.Quickly, Mayli stepped out from the trolley.Mrs Danby dumped the cat-food in the trolley and came close to me.On the street, the veterans are cited for loitering, jaywalking, riding the trolley without paying.I saw a dwarf selling plastic combs, hair-bands and bobby-pins from a wooden trolley.
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