American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a tractor equipped with continuous chain treads.
“Caterpillar is one of the largest employers for our local viewers in the Aurora/Naperville vicinity.”
“Now, I understand that Caterpillar is looking ahead.”
“Caterpillar is seeking regulatory approvals and said it expects to complete the purchase within months.”
“Women bishops, disinvesting in Caterpillar, Archbishop addreses WCC ... zzz ...”
“My answers pretty much all included "Did you call Caterpillar or New Holland?" because if they had, I would have the job and this formality would have only been to ensure that I was presentable.”
“Caterpillar is in his district and yet he cares more about the ones who aren’t insured then he does the one who will now have to be stuck paying their bills”
“Caterpillar, which is based in Peoria, Ill., said it expects to begin construction during the first half of 2012.”
“Rex was a kid, say thirteen, and he played a game called Caterpillar Death by Fire.”
“Caterpillar, which is already the world's largest maker of bulldozers, excavators and other equipment, is ramping up its investments in production plants, management expertise and dealers to make significant gains in the Chinese equipment market.”
“The measure was led by a 4% gain in component Caterpillar, which is often sensitive to housing data.”
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Trademarked names that people use to refer to the thing in general, regardless of maker.
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