Lorries

Lorry Definition of Lorry by Merriam-Webster

Lorry definition is – motortruck. Recent Examples on the Web Even though the country sits on a sea of the stuff, the fuel needed to be transported by lorry hundreds of kilometres across the desert from Jeddah. — The Economist, "How Enel became Europe’s climate centurion," 28 Nov. 2020 Ericsson’s deliveries come from Dusseldorf in Germany and arrive at Britain’s largest lorry terminal …

Lorry – definition of lorry by The Free Dictionary

2. off the back of a lorry informal Brit a phrase used humorously to imply that something has been dishonestly acquired: it fell off the back of a lorry.

Lorries – definition of lorries by The Free Dictionary

In British English, a lorry is a large vehicle used for transporting goods by road. The lorries were carrying 42 tonnes of sand. In American English, a vehicle like this is called a truck. In British English, small open lorries are sometimes called trucks. A blue truck drove up and delivered some boxes.

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