[ UK /kˈɑːtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈkɑɹtɪŋ/ ]
  1. the work of taking something away in a cart or truck and disposing of it
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How To Use carting In A Sentence

  • Yes, but then I have to give up the fantasy that I am still a perky, nubile young thing in a respectable 34B, and accept the fact that some old Russian frau will unceremoniously stuff my lovelies into a contraption that looks more suited to carting around weapons of mass destruction than bosoms, and which forces me to accept that my actual measurements are more stubby than tall-boy. Archive 2009-08-01
  • And now my shoulder's out from carting heavy record bags all over London.
  • Meanwhile, in the summer months tourists can go walking, parasailing and go-carting. Whitehaven News headlines
  • Tomorrow Frederick’s wagons would arrive and begin carting it away. Animal Farm
  • Anya tried to keep her away from the customers as much as possible, but she was very handy for carting merchandise around and helping to load vehicles.
  • And the feeling inside the Governors Ball that night was that the show's new pieces of flair -- "innovations" such as carting out former acting winners to hand out awkward praise to nominees they likely didn't care much about -- merely added a lighter shade of rouge to the aging starlet. Latest News - Yahoo!7 News
  • ‘I'm hoping to have it set up for carting things around the garden rather than use a wheelbarrow’ he said.
  • Westmoor, for example, which had always spurned Maryport in favour of carting coal over the marginally shorter distance to a staithe at Allonby, was forced to cease operations altogether.
  • We pay for two six-packs, carting them back to the studio in silence.
  • When there are added to this loss the expense of carting the grain to and from the malt-house, and the maltster's charge for operating upon it (I presume in this case that the feeder is not his own maltster), it will be found that two tons of malt will cost the farmer nearly as much as three tons of barley; and he will then have to solve the problem -- _Whether or not malt is 40 or 50 per cent. more valuable as a feeding-stuff than barley_. The Stock-Feeder's Manual the chemistry of food in relation to the breeding and feeding of live stock
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