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trolley /'trɔli/ (trolly) /'trɔli/Concise Dictionary
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trolleys'trɑlɪ /'trɒl-Advanced English Dictionary
+a wheeled vehicle that runs on rails and is propelled by electricity
+ nounCollocation Dictionary
1 (BrE) (AmE cart) a small vehicle with wheels that can be pushed or pulled along and is used for carrying things: a shopping / supermarket / luggage trolley
2 (BrE) (AmE cart, wagon) a small table on very small wheels, used for carrying or serving food or drink: a drinks trolley + a tea trolley
3 (AmE) = TRAM
Idioms: off your trolley (BrE, informal) crazy; stupid: If Wilcox is thinking of doing this deal he must be going totally off his trolley.
The waiter was pushing a laden sweet trolley towards our table.
| baggage, luggage, shopping | drinks, tea | dessert, sweet | hospital, supermarket
VERB + TROLLEY
Passengers with trolleys piled high with luggage waited at the check-in desk.
| push, wheel
TROLLEY + NOUN
On many trains, refreshments are provided by a trolley service.
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They brought breakfast to the room on a trolley.
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