Definition of 'truck'
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People have little truck with that kind of thing, anyway. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In Wellington hundreds of people went on to the streets as building alarms sounded and fire trucks and police cars patrolled the capital. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Thanksgiving weekend we loaded up a truck and headed west. Christianity Today (2000)The men were loaded on to trucks and driven to the edge of town. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They quickly became a media phenomenon and a role model for all food trucks. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We were on a pickup truck and had a lot of fun exploring. The Sun (2016)They forced him across the road into a truck containing cowering prisoners. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In the summer they can be adapted to use as gardening vehicles or refuse trucks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It was claimed the fire intensified when it spread to trucks which were carrying olive oil. The Sun (2014)Reports suggested that on a bridge on this road a logging truck was blocking the traffic completely. Broken Lives (1993)The enemy fire was terrific and his truck received a hit and burst into flames. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Why must they stand up in open trucks and be moved like cattle from one place to another? Times, Sunday Times (2015)The mix of commercial vehicle production has changed, with fewer heavy trucks and many more smaller vans. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Our own tests show that the houses on the road have no foundations and it is too small for heavy duty trucks to pass. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The oranges are not sorted by size or grade; they come mixed together in the back of a large trailer truck. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)He said: 'They were presumably loaded on to a truck or a lorry in the early hours. The Sun (2015)Then the truck roared down the road, crashed into the ranks, turned over and hit a tree. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A guard in one cubicle ignored a truck that roared past without pausing, and he stopped me only to exchange greetings. The Tribes Triumphant (2006)
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Translations for 'truck'
British English: truck /trʌk/ NOUN
A truck is a large vehicle that is used to transport goods by road.
They heard the roar of a heavy truck.
- American English: truck
- Arabic: شَاحِنَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: caminhão
- Chinese: 卡车
- Croatian: kamion
- Czech: kamion
- Danish: lastbil
- Dutch: vrachtwagen
- European Spanish: camión IngAmer
- Finnish: junan tavaravaunu
- French: camion
- German: Güterwagen
- Greek: φορτηγό
- Italian: camion
- Japanese: トラック
- Korean: 트럭
- Norwegian: godsvogn
- Polish: wagon towarowy
- European Portuguese: camião
- Romanian: autocamion
- Russian: грузовик
- Spanish: camión
- Swedish: lastbil
- Thai: รถบรรทุก
- Turkish: kamyon
- Ukrainian: вантажівка
- Vietnamese: xe tải
Definition of truck from the Collins English Dictionary
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