View definitions for cargo


noun as in baggage; something to be delivered

Discover More

Example Sentences

That’s similar to a configuration that a much bigger cargo drone from helicopter-maker Bell uses, which can carry a whopping 70 pounds.

Some adjustments are or were short-term, such as commercial airlines offering cargo flights or even staid organizations permitting staff to work remotely.

E-cargo bikes, on the other hand, are as much for non-cyclists as they are for dedicated riders.

Personally, I don’t need a full-size cargo bike, and I want to keep some versatility for non-cargo trips.

With limited cargo capacity and no motor, it was adequate for pre-pandemic grocery shopping.

Thus it attracted a wave of cowboy operators to fly passengers and cargo between cities.

Shirtless bros with pillowy lips and cargo pants pulled down to expose tufts of pubic hair.

The precious cargo: two American humanitarian workers with Ebola.

Designed for “special missions,” the privately owned company is capable of transporting precious cargo anywhere in the world.

Over time, the clientele began to shift and their cargo needs evolved.

A few days after, three galliots arrived from Macan, laden with a rich cargo of silks and other merchandise.

It is said that, this year as in others, he has made a great cargo by the schemes and methods mentioned in the duplicates.

He says the German submarine made a most lovely shot at her through a crowd of cargo ships and transports.

I am very sorry that I did not embark with the first cargo, which would have made a million difference to the company.

My object was to dispose of a cargo of cotton which I had brought from Realejo, and to purchase sugar in return.


Synonym of the Day

Which one is a synonym for muddle?Get the answer

Start each day with the Synonym of the Day in your inbox!

By clicking "Sign Up", you are accepting Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies.

On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cargo, such as: consignment, freight, goods, load, merchandise, and payload.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.