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trailer

noun [C] (VEHICLE) 车辆     /ˈtreɪ.lər/ US  /-lɚ/
a box on wheels that is pulled by a car and is used for taking things from one place to another 拖车;挂车 The car was pulling a trailer with motorcycle on it. 这辆汽车拖着一辆挂车,挂车上面载着一辆摩托车。 Handcarts, trolleys and prams
the separate back part of a large truck (大卡车的)挂车 Trucks, vans and caravans
US for a caravan (= wheeled vehicle for living or travelling in) (大卡车的)挂车 Trucks, vans and caravans
(Definition of trailer noun (VEHICLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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