cart

(redirected from Push-chair)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • verb

Synonyms for cart

Synonyms for cart

References in periodicals archive ?
THESE can best be identified by the terrified faces of the push-chair occupants who are about to be "assisted".
These can best be identified by looking for the terrified faces of the push-chair occupants who are about to be 'assisted'.
He even showed off a matching push-chair and baby car-seat he swiped after shop staff had helped him fold the buggy together, so he could carry it more easily.
Donna-Marie was smiling at Garry's little niece Breda in her push-chair when the town centre was rocked by the blast.
Lucy's mother Lisa screamed in horror as the van accelerated on to the kerb and ploughed into the push-chair.
Although Siona can walk she won't stay still for long so it was hard with the shopping, the push-chair and keeping an eye on her too,' said Victoria, who works for Lloyds TSB.
Now, ordinary mums and dads around the globe are waking up to the benefits of the ultimate baby accessory, the jogger - an oddly-shaped push-chair.
Anyone who has ever said a cheerful hello to a cabbie only to be greeted with stony silence, struggled with two kids and a push-chair while he swigs cola in the driver's seat, or sat through a 20-minute foul-mouthed tirade on the failings of his fellow road users, will heartily agree.
And one mother said she was forced to drink tea outside a cafe which refused to allow her push-chair inside.
I SAW a toddler in a push-chair who had pierced ears.
I have to use a wheel walker and many times have to wait a long time until I can get on a bus, due to push-chairs barring me from using it.
Puppet giraffes, birds and zebras were joined by protesters dressed as pandas and parents with their children in push-chairs.
10 single-decker nbus was packed with passengers and four push-chairs.
Parents rushed for cover, pushing children and push-chairs into shop doorways on the city's main high street.
The wire-mesh grilles at the mouth of the city's drainage creeks frequently fill with beer cans, shopping carts, car mufflers, push-chairs and dead animals.