drayage

[drey-ij]
noun
1.
conveyance by dray.
2.
a charge made for it.

Origin:
1785–95, Americanism; dray + -age

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drayage (ˈdreɪɪdʒ)
 
n
(US)
 a.  the act of transporting something a short distance by lorry or other vehicle
 b.  the charge made for such a transport

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drayage
1791, "conveyance by dray," from dray + -age. Later also in reference to the fee for such.
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