Dray meaning

drā
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To drive a dray.
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To haul by means of a dray.
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A kind of sledge or sled.

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Dray is defined as to move or haul things using a cart.

An example of dray is using a cart to bring plants into a garden.

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A low, heavy cart without sides, used for haulage.
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A low, sturdily built cart with detachable sides, for carrying heavy loads.
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To carry or haul on a dray.
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Variant spelling of drey, The nest of a squirrel.
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The definition of a dray is a cart without sides which is used for moving heavy things.

An example of a dray is a cart used to move potted trees and plants.

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A low horse-drawn cart, often without sides, and used especially for heavy loads.

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Origin of dray

  • Middle English draie sledge, cart from Old English dragan to draw

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Middle English draye, 1325-1375. Compare draeg- in Old English draegnet ("dragnet") and draġan (“to draw”).

    From Wiktionary

  • Unknown

    From Wiktionary