Definition of "trucked" []

  • A vehicle for carrying freight on a railway; wagon (noun)
  • A large motor vehicle designed to carry heavy loads, esp one with a flat platform (noun)
  • A frame carrying two or more pairs of wheels and usually springs and brakes, attached under an end of a railway coach, etc (noun)
  • A disc-shaped block fixed to the head of a mast having sheave holes for receiving signal halyards (noun)
  • The head of a mast itself (noun)
  • Any wheeled vehicle used to move goods (noun)
  • To convey (goods) in a truck (verb)
  • To drive a truck (verb)
  • Of or pertaining to material transported by a truck. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Simple past tense and past participle of truck. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "trucked" in a sentence
  • "Despite the Japanese-sounding name and the sushi-bar look and logo, everything at Òbikà is Italian, and the cheese is trucked from the mozzarella homeland, south of Rome."
  • "Mountains of raw sugar are trucked from the mills to refineries to be melted, refined, and granulated."
  • "Without trucked water, the 60,000 chickens that are the livelihood for about 50 of Beit Furiq's several hundred families will die within days."