Spanish translation of 'trailer'
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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)
Decent extras include deleted, alternative and extended scenes, together with commentaries from the crew and cinema trailers.The Sun (2011)
It has emerged that studios are having to pay cinemas to show film trailers.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Picture the scene as a film trailer featuring highlights of a perfect scenario, he says.The Sun (2010)
The good cop is still camping out in a trailer home.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
The mist is sill rising in the lanes of a quiet farm as a convoy of cars and trailers appears.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
It is possible to hire towing cars and trailers if you do not have your own transport or the seller may deliver the horse for a fee.Your First Horse - buying, feeding, caring (1989)
It's not an affluent area - modest houses share streets with trailer homes.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Turning the contraption from trailer to home takes five minutes, but the coolest thing is positioning it first.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
A neighbour said: 'It appears they saw the car and its trailer move and tried to stop it hitting the house.The Sun (2008)
Plus there's all the cinema reviews and trailers at the link below.The Sun (2010)
The cocaine was hidden at the back of the lorry trailer, behind a pile of peat.The Sun (2009)
They sneak forward to climb up the small gap between the lorry's cab and trailer.The Sun (2015)
Tornados uprooted trees, demolished buildings, and lifted trailer homes into the air.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Watch film trailers and read cinema reviews timesonline.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Does he realise that in many cases the drivers are simply obeying the national 50mph speed limit for vehicles pulling trailers?Times, Sunday Times (2006)
It happened while we were unloading the car and trailer.Christianity Today (2000)
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'trailer' in Other Languages
British English: trailer /ˈtreɪlə/ NOUN
vehicle A trailer is a vehicle without an engine which is pulled by a car or lorry.
- American English: trailer for transporting items
- Arabic: عَرَبَةٌ مَقْطُورَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: reboque
- Chinese: 拖车
- Croatian: prikolica
- Czech: přívěs
- Danish: anhænger
- Dutch: trailer
- European Spanish: remolque
- Finnish: peräkärry
- French: remorque
- German: Anhänger Auto
- Greek: τροχόσπιτο
- Italian: rimorchio
- Japanese: トレーラー
- Korean: 트레일러
- Norwegian: tilhenger
- Polish: przyczepa
- European Portuguese: reboque
- Romanian: remorcă
- Russian: автоприцеп
- Spanish: remolque
- Swedish: släpvagn
- Thai: รถพ่วง
- Turkish: römork
- Ukrainian: причіп
- Vietnamese: xe moóc
British English: trailer NOUN
film A trailer for a film or television programme is a set of short extracts which are shown to advertise it.
...a misleadingly violent trailer for the film.
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