from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of various containers made from cardboard or coated paper: cans packed in cartons; a milk carton.
- n. The contents of a carton: dyed the whole carton of eggs.
- transitive v. To place (something) in a carton.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An inexpensive, disposable box-like creation fashioned from either paper, paper with wax-covering (wax paper), or other lightweight material. It is designed to hold things for a short period of time and be discarded or recycled after use.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Pasteboard for paper boxes; also, a pasteboard box.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of thin pasteboard.
- n. A box made from such pasteboard.
- n. Same as cartoon.
- n. In rifle practice: A white disk fixed on the bull's-eye of a target. It is of much smaller size than the bull's-eye, and is chiefly used in deciding ties and at a pool. A shot striking the carton: as, to make two bull's-eyes and a carton.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a box made of cardboard; opens by flaps on top
- n. the quantity contained in a carton
It’s a mix of everyone from the poor to the politicians, from those whose homes are covered in carton to those living behind the gates.
But don't be surprised to see your cartoon -- cartoon -- carton, that is, of orange juice become more expensive.
The twelve eggs in a carton are the twelve disciples.
Apr 2010 --- Tetra Pak will supply more than 100 million FSC-labelled carton packages to Carrefour stores across France during 2010, the two companies have announced.
Tetra Pak launched the first FSC-labelled carton package, Tetra Recart, in 2007.
The front of the carton is a pale blue, with a green circle that features the Pacific logo.
Secondary nest - often found inside infested wood; made up of material called carton, consisting of soil and chewed wood particles cemented together.
"This study shows a comparison between nectar packaged in glass and in carton, which is a key study for shelf life evaluation in the fruit packaging industry and for consumer awareness of the impact of different packaging on food quality," they added.
- maybe 1/2 cubic foot in capacity - put inside a carton, which is placed on a legitimately tagged and fully wrapped pallet that's sealed in a container has '
You would think a rational smoker would buy by the carton which is cheaper than by the pack .... we aren't even talking about the savings from buying off the Internet yet!