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A person whose job is making carts.
- ‘But as she examined the signs and markings outside some of the shop doors, she saw some remained yet open: clothier, cartwright, cobbler, smith, candlemaker and a few more.’
- ‘Everything is carefully worked out, engineered with the utmost care: ‘Like a cartwright [at work] I have conceived this hymn, ‘says Vishwamitra, the seer of Hymn 111.38.’’
- ‘Erich Mielke was born in 1907 in the Berlin district of Wedding, the son of a cartwright.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.