shopping trolley

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shopping trolley (plural shopping trolleys)

  1. (UK, Australia, New Zealand) A shopping cart.
    • 2007, Scott Moeller, Chris Brady, Intelligent M&A: Navigating the Mergers and Acquisitions Minefield, John Wiley, UK, 2011, unnumbered page,
      As Wal-Mart builds up its knowledge of what goes into your shopping trolley, it can aid the positioning of goods as well as the pricing of complementary goods.
    • 2010, Rob A. C. Bilo, Simon G. F. Robben, Rick R. van Rijn, Forensic Aspects of Pediatric Fractures, Springer, page 123,
      Children are often placed in shopping trolleys; in the designated seats as well as in the trolley itself.
      A fall from a shopping trolley is a regular occurrence, possibly due to diminished attention of the parents while shopping.
    • 2011, Kim Gilmour, Dan Matthews, Greg Holden, Starting and Running an Online Business For Dummies, UK Edition, page 255,
      Which payment system and shopping trolley software is right for you? [] When you go to the supermarket or other retail outlet, you pick goodies off the shelves and put them in a shopping trolley.

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