Definition of "crating" [crating]

  • A fairly large container, usually made of wooden slats or wickerwork, used for packing, storing, or transporting goods (noun)
  • An old car, aeroplane, etc (noun)
  • To pack or place in a crate (verb)
  • Present participle of crate. (verb)

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Use "crating" in a sentence
  • "For example, what is wrong in crating a healthcare system where all, and I say “all” Americans can have a choice."
  • "He argues that the idea of crating a special purpose investment vehicle to raise money for future bailouts will have little impact because too few people will be willing to commit money."
  • "I know that "crating" a sow is a controversial subject but, in this case, it was essential in order to keep her in the correct position."