Noun(1) a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels
Verb(1) transport in a wheelbarrow
(1) I used hot glue to attach the cutting board to the front edge of the wheelbarrow .(2) They are really being led along by the reader, their inventor, who is never sure whether he will come up with a wheelbarrow or a chariot, the choice of which he wrongly thinks belongs to the author.(3) So I parked the wheelbarrow in front of a stall where I could still see the front of the barn and started mucking.(4) The concrete may be mixed in a wheelbarrow with a garden hoe.(5) The boxes were heavy, and the mansion so huge that I wished for a cart or a wheelbarrow .(6) To allow room for a wheelbarrow or garden cart, plan on 2-to 3-foot-wide walkways.(7) She gathered two stacks of hay into a wheelbarrow and pushed the barrow to the stall that was vacant.(8) I put the rake in the shed, emptied the sawdust in the brush in back of the house, and parked the wheelbarrow in front of the steps.(9) Every few minutes, she bends to retrieve shards of dirt-smeared glass and broken bricks and tiles which she tosses into a wheelbarrow to be carted away.(10) Draping them over the handle of her wheelbarrow or on the fence rail keeps the gloves open so air will dry the moisture trapped inside.(11) Concrete is most easily handled from a wheelbarrow - not the gardener's kind, but the kind used on construction sites, with a deep carrying base and nearly vertical sides.(12) Silinga said he thought the robbers used the wheelbarrow to carry off their loot as its tracks seemed headed in the direction of nearby Ntshabeni.(13) Splitting into a wheelbarrow or trailer parked alongside the splitter speeds up the job and reduces operator fatigue, allowing one to work for longer periods of time.(14) His sister carried him in a wheelbarrow to seek medical help - there is no ambulance service here.(15) When it's time to use it, set the sifter on top of your wheelbarrow or garden cart and shovel some compost into it.(16) Collecting the fallen beech and laurel leaves, piling them into large crackling clumps and then wheelbarrowing them to the compost heap, and sweating in the process, felt very satisfying.
(1) wheelbarrow :: 手押し車
1. cart ::
2. barrow ::
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you’ll need to carry your hand
in a fucking WHEELBARROW.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 1
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