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See also: Carter, cárter, and čarter

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle English carter, cartere, cartare, equivalent to cart +‎ -er. Merged with Middle English careter, caretier (coachman, charioteer, a surname), from Anglo-Norman careter (compare French charretier).

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carter (plural carters)

  1. (dated) A person who transports a load on a cart that is drawn by a beast of burden.
  2. A fish, the whiff or Marysole.

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CatalanEdit

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carta +‎ -er.

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carter m (plural carters, feminine cartera)

  1. postman

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NounEdit

carter m (plural carters)

  1. housing (of an engine)

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carter

  1. To verify a person's age etc by inspecting his identity card

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carter

  1. (transitive) to fold (laundry)

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carter m (invariable)

  1. chain guard (on a bicycle or motorcycle)
  2. oil sump (in a car)