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truck 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/trək/,
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trucks, plural;
  1. Barter or exchange

Noun
  1. Barter

  2. The payment of workers in kind or with vouchers rather than money

  3. Small wares

  4. Odds and ends

  5. Market-garden produce, esp. vegetables
    • - a truck garden

  1. an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling
  2. convey (goods etc.) by truck; "truck fresh vegetables across the mountains"
  3. hand truck: a handcart that has a frame with two low wheels and a ledge at the bottom and handles at the top; used to move crates or other heavy objects
  4. A truck (American English) or lorry (British English) is a motor vehicle designed to transport cargo. Trucks vary greatly in size, power and configuration, with the smallest being mechanically similar to an automobile. ...
  5. Truck was a pop group from Malaysia, consisting of three members from another Malaysian band The October Cherries. The members were Diaz and two brothers by the surname of Shotam (first names not known). ...
  6. Truck (ISBN 9780688802448, 1980) is a children's picture book written and illustrated by Donald Crews. It is notable for telling a story without using any humans or narration. It consists entirely of a single semi-trailer truck traveling through urban environments. ...
  7. A truck is a nautical term for a wooden ball, disk, or bun-shaped cap at the top of a mast, with holes in it through which flag halyards are passed. Trucks are also used on wooden flagpoles, to prevent them from splitting.
  8. The Truck (Камионът) is a 1980 Bulgarian drama film directed by Christo Christov. It was entered into the 31st Berlin International Film Festival.
  9. (Trucks!) Trucks! is an American television program that airs weekends as a part of Spike TV‘s Powerblock. It is hosted by Kevin Neils Tetz and Ryan Shand. The program focuses on automotive mechanics involving trucks and SUVs, ranging from improvement, to customizing, to creative works.
  10. A small wheel or roller, specifically the wheel of a gun-carriage; The ball on top of a flagpole; On a wooden mast, a circular disc (or sometimes a rectangle) of wood near or at the top of the mast, usually with holes or sheaves to reeve signal halyards; also a temporary or emergency place for ...
  11. (trucks) Heavy automotive vehicles used to transport cargo. In the maritime industry, cargo is often carried by tractor-trailers. The tractor is the front part of the vehicle, also called a cab. ...
  12. (trucks) the front and rear axle assemblies that connect the wheels to the deck and provide the turning capabilities for the board.
  13. (Trucks) Holds your wheels to your board. Skate and Channel.
  14. (TRUCKS) The part of a coaster car that consists of the wheel assemblies and their support structure. Also refereed to as "bogeys" (BO-gees, with a hard `g').
  15. (Trucks) An over the road vehicle that delivers commodities
  16. (Trucks) Auto body repairs for Fords, Chevys, dodges and even those big old FREIGHTLINERs.
  17. (Trucks) B-Series/Proceed/Truck (International / North America) | BT-50 | E-Series/Bongo | T-Series/Titan
  18. (Trucks) Small wheels on cannon carriages designed for garrison or sea service.
  19. (Trucks) The device beneath railroad cars or locomotives that hold the wheels.
  20. (Trucks) The wooden caps fitted on the upper mastheads to reeve the signal halyards through.
  21. (Trucks) Used on on vertical blinds and is part of the mechanism within the headrail, The fabric is attached to the trucks [via hangers] which move smoothly along a guide rail opening and closing the blind
  22. (trucks) Lean activated steering device where wheels are attached; most commonly used on skateboards.
  23. Class of automotive vehicles of various sizes and designs for transporting goods.
  24. Vehicle which carries cargo in a body mounted to its chassis, rather than on a trailer towed by the vehicle.
  25. to move the camera and tripod laterally, on wheels (as opposed to panning), or forward (as opposed to zooming). See also dolly.