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Another word for freight

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Noun
  1. Something carried physically

    See also:

    heavy

    over

Verb
  1. To place a burden or heavy load on

      1. To put a burden on; load; weigh down; oppress
      2. To load or overload.
      3. To cause difficulty or distress to; distress or oppress.
      1. (Electricity) To cause formation of a net electric charge on or in (a conductor, for example).
      2. (--- Sports) To bump (an opponent) so as to knock off balance or gain control of the ball, as in soccer.
      3. To hold financially liable; demand payment from:
      1. To burden in a troublesome way
      2. To hinder by obstruction or interference; hamper
      3. (Dated) To slow down, to hinder, to burden.
      1. To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
      2. To add a legal claim or other obligation
      3. To load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
      1. To take up or remove (water) with a ladle or dipper.
      2. To burden or oppress; weigh down.
      3. To load
      1. (Games) To make (dice) heavier on one side by adding weight.
      2. To weigh down with or as with a heavy load; burden; oppress
      3. To receive a charge of ammunition
      1. To impose as a burden, obligation, etc.
      2. To get into a saddle; mount a horse. Often used with up.
      3. To load or burden; encumber:
      1. To accuse; charge
      2. To require to pay a percentage of income, property value, etc. for the support of a government
      3. To assess a tax on (income, property, purchases, etc.)
      1. To treat (thread or fabric) with a solution of metallic salts, in order to increase its weight
      2. (Sports) To assign to (a horse) the weight it must carry as a handicap in a race.
      3. (Statistics) To assign a weight to in a frequency distribution
    See also:

    over

  2. To make or become full; put as much into as can be held

      1. To load to capacity; fill:
      2. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
      3. To excite; rouse:
      1. To stop or plug up (an opening, for example).
      2. To put something into (a container, for example) to capacity or to a desired level:
      3. To supply what is specified by or required for:
      1. To put or throw in a pile:
      2. To give or supply in large amounts; load
      3. To fill (a plate, dry measure, etc.) full or to overflowing
      1. To receive a load:
      2. To add extra or excessive costs, profits, etc. to
      3. To charge a firearm with ammunition.
      1. To form lumps or masses; become compacted.
      2. To process and put into containers in order to preserve, transport, or sell:
      3. To fill up with items:
      1. To place or lay in a pile or heap:
      2. To move in, out, or forward in a disorderly mass or group:
      3. To form a heap or pile.
    See also:

    full

  3. To cause to be filled, as with a particular mood or tone

      1. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
      2. To load to capacity; fill:
      3. To excite; rouse:
      1. (Rare) To fill with moisture; saturate
      2. To permeate or inspire (with principles, ideas, emotions, etc.)
      3. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade:
      1. To fill or saturate; cause to be permeated
      2. To indoctrinate or imbue (with ideas, feelings, principles, etc.)
      3. To fertilize (an ovum, for example).
      1. To spread through or penetrate something.
      2. To pass through the openings or interstices of:
      3. To pass into or through and affect every part of; penetrate and spread through
      1. (Now Rare) To pass through; spread or be diffused throughout
      2. To be in every part of; to spread through
      3. To be present throughout; permeate:
      1. To dissolve the maximum amount of (a gas, liquid, or solid) in a solution at a given temperature and pressure
      2. (Economics) To supply (a market) with a good or service in an amount that consumers are able and willing to purchase.
      3. (Chemistry) To cause (a substance) to unite with the greatest possible amount of another substance.
      1. To overspread so as to fill with a glow, color, fluid, etc.
      2. To spread through or over, as with liquid or light:
      3. To fill thoroughly or permeate, as with a quality or emotion:
      1. To cause to be instilled or imparted:
      2. To give a transfusion to
      3. To pour liquid from one vessel into another.
    See also:

    full

Another word for freight

Noun
  1. That which is carried

  2. The transportation of goods

      1. Navigation.
      2. Ships, esp. commercial ships, collectively, as those belonging to a certain nation or using a certain port
      3. The cost of sending an item or package via postal services.
      1. (Archaic) A manner of conveying one's thoughts, a style of communication.
      2. (Law) Transfer of title to property from one party to another.
      3. A means of conveying; carrying device, esp. a vehicle
      1. The transfer of goods or interest in goods from one person to another
      2. The act or manner of speaking or singing:
      3. (Now Rare) A setting free, or rescuing
      1. Freight; cargo
      2. The price of transporting goods.
      3. The charge for transporting goods
    See also:

    transportation