barrow

barrow
noun
1. (handcart used by street vendors) (United Kingdom) 
The peasant girl sold oysters from her barrow out by the docks.La campesina vendía ostras con su carreta cerca del puerto.
The merchants wheeled their barrows into the bazaar, ready to sell their wares.Los comerciantes empujaron sus carretones al bazar, listos para vender su mercancía.
2. (archaeology) 
Instead of burying their dead underground, the members of this tribe built barrows.En vez de enterrar sus muertos bajo la tierra, los miembros de esta tribu construían túmulos.
3. (vehicle) 
The construction workers loaded their barrows with debris from the construction site.Los trabajadores de la construcción cargaron sus carretillas con escombros de la obra.
barrow
Noun
1. (wheelbarrow) 
a. la carretilla (F) 
2. (in market) (United Kingdom) 
a. la carreta (F) 
barrow [ˈbærəʊ]
noun
(wheelbarrow) carretilla (f); (market stall) carreta (f);
modifier
barrow boy (n) (Britain) vendedor (m) callejero
barrow [ˈbærəʊ]
noun
(Archeol) túmulo (m)
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