A one- or two-wheeled vehicle with handles at the rear, used to convey small loads.(noun)
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Use "wheelbarrow" in a sentence
"Of course, just getting a tarp, raking the leaves onto it, and lifting it into your current wheelbarrow is probably cheaper."
"Beneath the trees a solitary old negro was spreading manure over the grass, hauling it in a wheelbarrow from a pile somewhere in the barnyard."
""A light wheelbarrow is the best means of transport.""