Associations to the word «Freight»
FREIGHT, noun. Payment for transportation.
FREIGHT, noun. Goods or items in transport.
FREIGHT, noun. Transport of goods.
FREIGHT, noun. (figurative) Cultural or emotional associations.
FREIGHT, verb. (transitive) To transport (goods).
FREIGHT, verb. To load with freight. Also figurative.
FREIGHT CAR, noun. (US) a railway wagon for carrying goods
FREIGHT CARS, noun. Plural of freight car
FREIGHT DENSITIES, noun. Plural of freight density
FREIGHT DENSITY, noun. (transport) Weight displacement of freight per cubic foot or other unit of volume.
FREIGHT OPERATING COMPANIES, noun. Plural of freight operating company
FREIGHT OPERATING COMPANY, noun. (UK) (rail transport) A company that runs freight trains on the national railway network in Great Britain under license from the government.
FREIGHT TRAIN, noun. A train used for the transportation of freight.
FREIGHT TRAINS, noun. Plural of freight train
FREIGHT YARD, noun. A rail yard for freight cars, typically designed for loading and unloading cargo and sorting locomotives.
FREIGHT YARDS, noun. Plural of freight yard
FREIGHT, noun. Goods carried by a large vehicle.
FREIGHT, noun. Transporting goods commercially at rates cheaper than express rates.
FREIGHT, noun. The charge for transporting something by common carrier; "we pay the freight"; "the freight rate is usually cheaper".
FREIGHT, verb. Transport commercially as cargo.
FREIGHT, verb. Load with goods for transportation.
Words mean more than what is set down on paper. It takes the human voice to infuse them with deeper meaning.