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truckload

noun [C] uk   /ˈtrʌk.ləʊd/ us    /-loʊd/
the amount of something that can be carried by a truck: Truckloads of rice have been brought in to the areas affected by drought. Donations of food and medicines have been arriving by the truckload all week.
Translations of “truckload”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一貨車貨物, 一貨車運量…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一卡车货物, 一卡车运量…
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