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cart

(kahrt) a vehicle for conveying patients or equipment and supplies in a hospital.
crash cart  resuscitation c.
dressing cart  one containing all supplies necessary for changing dressings of surgical or injured patients.
resuscitation cart  one containing all equipment for initiating emergency resuscitation.

cart

Cot, gurney, stretcher, trolley Medtalk A narrow movable bed used to transport Pts or maintain them in a horizontal position in emergency or critical care settings Vox populi A non-self-propelled multiwheel structure designed to carry a load. See Crash cart, Shopping cart.

cart

wheeled vehicle without motor power.

paraplegic cart
a two-wheeled cart into which a paraplegic dog can be strapped so that its hindquarters are supported and its front limbs rest normally on the ground and provide a motor system. Used for short periods to give the animal exercise.
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The quick travellers came up with the slow, and courteous salutations were exchanged; and one of the new comers, who was, in fact, a canon of Toledo and master of the others who accompanied him, observing the regular order of the procession, the cart, the officers, Sancho, Rocinante, the curate and the barber, and above all Don Quixote caged and confined, could not help asking what was the meaning of carrying the man in that fashion; though, from the badges of the officers, he already concluded that he must be some desperate highwayman or other malefactor whose punishment fell within the jurisdiction of the Holy Brotherhood.
So saying he donned the butcher's blouse and apron, and, climbing into the cart, drove merrily down the road to the town.
Yes, there may be carts if anybody knowed where they started from; but you might run over the town before you found out.
As Elizabeth turned in at her father’s gate she saw the wood-chopper stop at the cart, when she gave Benjamin up for lost.
Behind the cart was a wall of uncertain darkness speckled with little flames and alive with half-caught forms and faces and shadows.
At four marks do I value meat, cart, and mare," quoth the Butcher, "but if I do not sell all my meat I will not have four marks in value.
said an orderly, running behind the cart and fumbling in the back of it.
Vassily was not to blame for their having filled up his cart with unsifted earth, but still it was annoying.
Through this, another cart was brought (the one already mentioned had been employed in the construction of the scaffold), and wheeled up to the prison-gate.
The horse, whose health had been drunk in his absence, was standing outside: ready harnessed to the cart.
But now, strange to say, in the shafts of such a cart he saw a thin little sorrel beast, one of those peasants' nags which he had often seen straining their utmost under a heavy load of wood or hay, especially when the wheels were stuck in the mud or in a rut.
We used to hop out of the woods and go charging down on hog-drivers and women in carts taking garden stuff to market, but we never hived any of them.