[frey-ter] /ˈfreɪ tər/
a vessel used mainly for carrying cargo.
a large aircraft or spacecraft used primarily for transporting cargo and equipment:
The space station of the future will be supplied by robot freighters.
a person whose occupation it is to receive and forward .
a person for whom is transported; shipper.
a ship or aircraft designed for transporting cargo
a person concerned with the loading or chartering of a ship
1620s, “one who loads,” agent noun from freight (v.). Meaning “a cargo vessel” is from 1839, American English.
noun 1. a person or firm that arranges to pick up or deliver goods on instructions of a shipper or a consignee from or to a point by various necessary conveyances and common carriers.
noun 1. a depot or storage place for freight.
[freyt-lahy-ner] /ˈfreɪtˌlaɪ nər/ noun, Chiefly British. 1. a train for transporting containerized . /ˈfreɪtˌlaɪnə/ noun trademark 1. a goods train carrying containers that can be transferred onto lorries or ships 2. (in Britain) a containerized transportation service involving both rail and road
- Freight pass-through
noun, Commerce. 1. a special allowance or discounted price given a bookseller or bookstore by a publishing house for paying the freight charge on a shipment of books ordered: so called because the shipping charge is passed on to the consumer by an increase in the suggested retail price for each book. Abbreviation: FPT.