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Translation of "lorry" - English-Spanish dictionary

lorry

noun   /ˈlɒr·i/ ( plural lorries) UK ( also UK/US truck)
B1 a large road vehicle for carrying things from place to place camión
(Definition of lorry from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

lorry

noun /ˈlori/ ( plural lorries)
(British ) a motor vehicle for carrying heavy loads; truck camión He has a licence to drive a lorry a coal lorry.
lorry driver noun
camionero
(Definition of lorry from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “lorry”
in Korean 트럭…
in Arabic شاحِنة…
in Malaysian lori…
in French camion…
in Russian грузовик…
in Chinese (Traditional) 卡車,貨車…
in Italian camion…
in Turkish kamyon…
in Polish ciężarówka…
in Vietnamese xe tải…
in Portuguese caminhão…
in Thai รถบรรทุก…
in German der Lastwagen…
in Catalan camió…
in Japanese トラック…
in Chinese (Simplified) 卡车,货车…
in Indonesian truk…
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