Trolley vs Suitcase - What's the difference?

trolley | suitcase |


As nouns the difference between trolley and suitcase

is that trolley is (australian|new zealand|british) a cart or shopping cart while suitcase is large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling.

As verbs the difference between trolley and suitcase

is that trolley is to bring to by trolley while suitcase is to trade using samples in a.

trolley

English

Alternative forms

* trolly

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (Australian, New Zealand, British) A cart or shopping cart.
  • (British) A hand truck.
  • (British) A .
  • (British) A gurney.
  • A single-pole device for collecting electrical current from an overhead electical line usually for a streetcar.
  • (US) A streetcar or a system of streetcars.
  • (US, colloquial) A light rail system or a train on such a system.
  • A truck from which the load is suspended in some kinds of cranes.
  • A truck which travels along the fixed conductors in an electric railway, and forms a means of connection between them and a railway car.
  • Derived terms

    * off one's trolley * trolleybus * trolley dolly * trolley jack

    Verb

  • To bring to by trolley.
  • To use a trolley vehicle to go from one place to another.
  • suitcase

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes, and sometimes suits, when travelling
  • Verb

    (suitcas)
  • to trade using samples in a
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