wagonload

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

wagon +‎ load

Noun[edit]

wagonload (plural wagonloads)

  1. The amount that can be loaded onto a wagon.
  2. The load of a wagon.
  3. (railways) A type of freight train service in which individual wagons have separate destinations and/or cargos.
  4. (informal) A very large amount.

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