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truck

verb [T]
 
 
/trʌk/ TRANSPORT
to transport something in a truck: The wild, rod-caught salmon is trucked down from Loch Lomond. Massive roof trusses were manufactured off site, trucked in, and placed by crane. The soda pop is trucked 1,500 miles twice a month from bottling plants in Mexico.
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