crug, grug, chrug, crugiau, chrugiau, grugiau, gwyddgrug, nghrug, nghrugiau, ngwyddgrug, wyddgrug
Noun(1) the quantity that a barrow will hold(2) (archeology(3) a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels
(1) Wheeling barrow loads of cement certainly tickles the old palate as I discovered in one previous existence.(2) Usually an alley was an access path wide enough to permit passage of a large barrow or cart from a lot in the interior of a block to a street.(3) Little Brother came down the path, wheeling his barrow .(4) In response, English Heritage funded excavation of the prehistoric barrow mound at Woodnesborough, near Sandwich, in the field where it was uncovered.(5) I suspect it's for harvesting turnips - slice underneath, stab with the hook and throw in the barrow - but whatever, it's an vintage piece of kit.(6) Many people recommend a spayed sow for the poor, but I always recommend a barrow pig.(7) The barrow was used from the 1930s to hold Garsons Farm produce which was sold at Borough Market in London Bridge.(8) Fleet Street was choked with red-headed folk, and Pope's Court looked like a coster's orange barrow .(9) I'm pretty sceptical about this system as the dustbin tends to rock forwards and backwards in the barrow splashing everywhere.(10) Time was getting on, but, fortunately, there was a flower seller's barrow at the end of the footbridge and I stopped and started to select flowers for a handsome bouquet.(11) A gardener's wheelbarrow parked outside the Waterlily House had an old Victoria Lily leaf sitting in it (taking up most of the barrow , folded over twice).(12) Members who weigh and tag their pigs from March 31 - April 7 may show one derby pen of three, one derby gilt and one derby barrow .(13) Cory hastily drained the bottle, recapped it and laid it in the barrow , then seized the handles.(14) He said: ├ö├ç├┐We thought it was a bike at first, but it turned out to be an old barrow .├ö├ç├û(15) When you get to the last trench, fill it with the soil from the barrow .(16) Indeed, I could have loaded them all onto a borrowed costermonger's barrow and shifted them myself if I'd needed to.
(1) barrow boy :: crug bachgen
1. wheelbarrow ::
3. burial mound ::
Different Formsbarrow, barrows
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