Adjective "Barging" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Barging


    Definition:

    1. a capacious, flat-bottomed vessel, usually intended to be pushed or towed, for transporting freight or passengers; lighter.

    2. a vessel of state used in pageants: elegantly decorated barges on the Grand Canal in Venice.

    3. Navy. a boat reserved for a flag officer.

    4. a boat that is heavier and wider than a shell, often used in racing as a training boat.

    5. New England (chiefly Older Use) . a large, horse-drawn coach or, sometimes, a bus. verb (used without object), barged, ba

    Origin:
    barge

    Examples:

    "companies can be barging."