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cargo

[kahr-goh]
noun, plural cargoes, cargos.
1.
the lading or freight of a ship, airplane, etc.
2.
3.
cargos, pants or shorts having several cargo pockets to hold bulky gear and small items.
adjective
4.
of or denoting a style of pants or shorts with cargo pockets.

Origin:
1640–50; < Spanish: a load, noun derivative of cargar to load < Late Latin carricāre; see charge


1. See freight. 2. burden.
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cargo (ˈkɑːɡəʊ)
 
n , pl -goes, -gos
1.  a.  goods carried by a ship, aircraft, or other vehicle; freight
 b.  (as modifier): a cargo vessel
2.  any load: the train pulled in with its cargo of new arrivals
 
[C17: from Spanish: from cargar to load, from Late Latin carricāre to load a vehicle, from carruscar]

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cargo
1657, from Sp. cargo "burden," from cargar "to load, impose taxes," from L.L. carricare "to load on a cart" (see charge). South Pacific cargo cult is from 1949.
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