Carload (noun)

  1. The quantity of goods that can be loaded into a railway car or truck.
  2. The amount of goods or passengers that can be carried in a vehicle.

Origin:

From early 19th century, from the word car + load.

Examples:

  1. The train was carrying a carload of coal.
  2. The truck was loaded with a carload of furniture.
  3. The carload of people were heading to the concert.
  4. The factory ships a carload of goods every day.
  5. The carload of tourists were taking a trip to the mountains.
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