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Japanese translation of “trailer”

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trailer

noun
 
/ˈtreɪ·lər/
a container with wheels that can be pulled by a car or a truck
トレーラー(トラックなどに牽引されて物を運搬する車両)
US a structure that is pulled by a vehicle that people stay in when they are on holiday
トレーラーハウス, (牽引式の)キャンピングカー
US another word for mobile home
“mobile home”に同じ:移動住宅, トレーラーハウス
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