From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcartercart‧er /ˈkɑːtə $ ˈkɑːrtər/ noun [countable] BOTTBsomeone whose job was to drive a cart in the past
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carterSanson had to employ assistants and carters, a blacksmith, a cook and servants.New social groups, clerks, carters, traders, teachers and notaries, challenged their authority.His father, a builder and carrier, was one of the first carters to stable his horses in favour of steam traction lorries.Carriage of wood, coal and iron also created work for carters and watermen.Jimmy carters relationship with and feelings towards the Shah were, it must be said ambiguous.John Speddy; and Isaac Irving are found amongst the carters.