truck


truck
I
n.
vehicle

1) (esp. AE; BE often has lorry, van) to drive, operate a truck

2) a delivery (AE); dump (esp. AE), dumper (BE), tipper (BE); garbage (AE); panel (AE; BE has delivery van); pickup (AE); sound; trailer (AE; BE has articulated lorry); trash (AE; BE has dustcart) truck

3) a tow truck (AE; BE has breakdown lorry, breakdown van)

4) a railway truck (BE; AE has flat-car)

II
n.
dealings

to have no truck with

* * *
[trʌk]
['dealings'] to have no truck with

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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