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trolley:

see streetcarstreetcar,
small, self-propelled railroad car, similar to the type used in rapid-transit systems, that operates on tracks running through city streets and is used to carry passengers.
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trolley

[′träl·ē]
(geology)
A basin-shaped depression in strata. Also known as lum.
(mechanical engineering)
A wheeled car running on an overhead track, rail, or ropeway.
An electric streetcar.

trolley

1. Brit (in a hospital) a bed mounted on casters and used for moving patients who are unconscious, immobilized, etc.
2. a device that collects the current from an overhead wire (trolley wire), third rail, etc., to drive the motor of an electric vehicle
3. a pulley or truck that travels along an overhead wire in order to support a suspended load
4. Chiefly Brit a low truck running on rails, used in factories, mines, etc., and on railways
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They said that out of three trollies given to Multan Division, two will accompany Khushhal Khan Khattak Express between that goes to Kot Addu, Dera Ghazi Khan and Kashmore.
The sources said the patrolling of motor trollies will start shortly.
Chris Dunn, who lives nearby, said the trollies are being taken from the store and across the bridge to Robertstown, before being tipped over the side.
The national trolley will arrive at 2pm and join the 20 trollies as they parade through the city centre to Lady Godiva's statute in Broadgate.
"We have 4,000 trollies at the airport, which is a lot of trollies and we have to strike the right balance in managing them.
He added: "It's more of an eyesore and a nuisance really, if you have to drive down the street and around the trollies. I have seen some cyclists have to go off the cycle lane and on to the pavement."
I know a lot of people who have had their cars damaged by trollies and although they fill out an accident claim form at Tesco (which is only a formality because there are signs to say "Cars parked at owners' risk").
The 51-year-old said: "I came down a few weeks ago and therewere charging devices on all the trollies, but I didn't have a pound coin so I didn't buy as much because I couldn't carry it in the baskets.
Before the hi-tech trollies arrived, Asda in Cardiff Bay was losing 460 trollies a year.