[frey-tij] /ˈfreɪ tɪdʒ/
the transportation of goods.
the price for this.
, cargo, or lading.
the commercial conveyance of goods
the goods so transported
the price charged for such conveyance
1690s, a hybrid word, from freight + -age.
noun 1. a representative of a common carrier who manages the freight business in a local district.
noun 1. any car for carrying freight.
[freyt] /freɪt/ noun 1. goods, cargo, or lading transported for pay, whether by water, land, or air. 2. the ordinary conveyance or means of transport of goods provided by common carriers (distinguished from ): Shipping by freight is less expensive. 3. the charges, fee, or compensation paid for such transportation: We pay the freight. 4. […]
noun 1. a locomotive for pulling freight trains, designed for high drawbar pull rather than high speed.