Goods carried on a ship, aircraft, or motor vehicle
transportation of bulk cargo
a cargo of oil
goods carried by a large vehicle
Cargo (or freight) is goods or produce transported, generally for commercial gain, by ship, aircraft, train, van or truck. In modern times, containers are used in most intermodal long-haul cargo transport.
Cargo is a 2006 thriller film. It was directed by Clive Gordon, produced by Andrea Calderwood and Juan Gordon, and written by Paul Laverty. The film features the actors Peter Mullan, Daniel Brühl, Luis Tosar, Samuli Edelmann and Gary Lewis.
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Freight carried by a ship, aircraft etc; Western material goods
Goods being transported, such as the load of a truck or the goods being carried by a ship. The cargo of a ship does not include the equipment needed to operate the ship.
Characterized by sporting a large pocket usually with a flap and a pleat.
Merchandise carried by a means of transportation.
the lading of a motor vehicle.
Freight loaded into a ship.
Goods being transported.
from the Spanish verb cargar which means to carry and to be in charge of.
Any type of goods that a plane is carrying, including suitcases, golf bags and boxes.
the reason a vehicle flies; stuff that is carried by a vehicle from its starting point (ground or on-orbit) to the vehicle's destination; can include satellites, bulk materials, construction components, or people
Cargo is the ammount of goods or physical objects that are carried by a particular aeroplane.
The total complement of payload (one or more) on any one flight. It includes everything contained in the orbiter cargo bay plus other equipment, hardware, and consumables located elsewhere in the orbiter that are user-unique and are not carried as part of the basic payload support.
the goods that are carried on a ship, a plane, or a vehicle
The load of goods carried by a ship, airplane, and so forth.
All articles, goods, materials, merchandise, or wares carried onboard an aircraft, ship, train, or truck, and for which an air waybill, or bill of lading, or other receipt is issued by the carrier.
A product shipped in an aircraft, railroad car, ship, barge or truck.
Anything other than passengers, carried for hire, including both mail and freight.
Cargo is anything that is transported by a truck, such as any article, materials, merchandise, goods, or wares, for which a carrier issues a receipt of payment.