Meaning of crateful in English:


nounplural noun cratefuls

See crate

‘The Manchester firm decided to commemorate her visit to the city and made a crateful for the first night of her Re-invention tour.’
  • ‘It was to these depths that Nazi gold was said to have been sent by the crateful in the final mad days before total capitulation.’
  • ‘‘We were delighted to donate 17 cratefuls of non-perishable items to Second Harvest,’ said the community relations manager.’
  • ‘About 80% of homes now have DVD players, and consumers are buying large-screen sets by the crateful.’