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Definition of "trunking" [trunking]

  • All the electrical and communications cables bundled together and distributed through a building. (noun)
  • The movement of containers or packages between a terminal and a transporter's inland facilities, or the scheduled transportation service between locations. Also called linehaul. (noun)

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Use "trunking" in a sentence
  • "While unified communications has yet to reach its full potential, In-Stat said SIP trunking, which is positioned in the industry as a cost saving mechanism, will help the interconnection of unified communications islands, In-Stat officials said.,"
  • ""trunking" - riding in the trunk of a car - after his son, 15-year-old Chris Snyder, was killed in 2005 accident involving the practice."
  • "The no "trunking" proposal would fine teen violators $350 and put two points on their drivers license, essentially suspending it for six months."
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