Definition of Wheelbarrow. Meaning of Wheelbarrow. Synonyms of Wheelbarrow

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Definition of Wheelbarrow

Wheelbarrow
Wheelbarrow Wheel"bar`row, n. A light vehicle for conveying small loads. It has two handles and one wheel, and is rolled by a single person.

Meaning of Wheelbarrow from wikipedia

- A wheelbarrow is a small hand-propelled vehicle, usually with just one wheel, designed to be pushed and guided by a single person using two handles at...
- "The Red Wheelbarrow" is a poem by American modernist poet and physician William Carlos Williams (1883–1963). The poem was originally published without...
- A wheelbarrow race is a competitive game in which teams of two players race with one teammate playing the role of the driver, and the other playing the...
- "A Red Wheelbarrow" is the eighth episode of the third season of the American television drama series Homeland, and the 32nd episode overall. It premiered...
- The Wheelbarrow is a remotely controlled robot designed in 1972 for use by British Army bomb disposal teams operating in Northern Ireland (321 EOD), mainland...
- Wheelbarrow Across The Sahara is a book written by Geoffrey Howard, giving the account of his journey across the Sahara Desert. The book was first published...
- The Wheelbarrow Olympics (in Hungarian Talicskaolimpia) is an international sports event organized annually in Hosszúhetény village in Baranya county...
- Wheelbarrow Closers is a 1976 play written by Louis La Russo II. The show opened at the Bijou Theatre on October 11, 1976 and closed on October 16, 1976...
- 116°47′00″W / 46.9975°N 116.7833°W / 46.9975; -116.7833 The lost Wheelbarrow Mine is claimed to have been located about 10 miles (16 km) from Potlatch...
- The Ballbarrow was a variation of the wheelbarrow design, by James Dyson and was released in 1974 in the UK. It featured a moulded plastic hopper on a...