cargo cargo  /ˈkɑr ˌɡoʊ/


  • (n) goods carried by a large vehicle


  1. He said the cargo included grenade launchers and ammunition.
  2. The cargo ship, the Arctic Sea , is seen in Kotka, Finland.
  3. It may have looked like just another sluggish freighter, but the Faina's cargo of tanks put the buccaneers in the eye of an international storm.


  1. Renck: CarGo, version 2.0, can carry Rockies until Tulo returns

    CarGo, who was named National League player of the week Monday, is the Larry Walker of the current Rockies.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Denver Post

  2. Port of Long Beach cargo numbers continue rise, Port of Los Angeles numbers fall

    Bigger vessels calling to the Port of Long Beach and a shift in business from Los Angeles to Long Beach continue to impact the amount of cargo flowing through the twin ports.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Daily Breeze

  3. Cargo Ventures LLC Refinances One Harbor St. For $30M

    Cargo Ventures LLC has refinanced One Harbor St. in Boston for $30 million. Cushman & Wakefield of Massachusetts, exclusive advisor of Cargo Ventures LLC, arranged the refinancing.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Banker & Tradesman

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  1. He said said: "When the mid-flight explosions began the authorities would be unable to prevent the other flights from meeting a similar fate as they would already be in mid-flight and carrying their deadly cargo."
    on Apr 7, 2008 By: Peter Wright Source: Spero News

  2. "The nickname I use for the lander is, it's a pickup truck," Horowitz said in a Monday news conference from Houston. "You can put whatever you want in the back. You can take it to wherever you want. So you can deliver cargo, crew, do it...
    on Dec 4, 2006 By: Scott Horowitz Source: Forbes

  3. "We are now waiting for the American partners to provide a specific request with a quantity and description of cargo," Lavrov said. "As soon as they do that we will issue relevant permissions."
    on Feb 6, 2009 By: Sergey Lavrov Source: FOXNews

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