from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The quantity that a truck can hold.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A full truck or lorry
  • n. A large number


truck + load (Wiktionary)


  • Or, in some cases, until the entire supply/case/truckload is missing.

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  • "Now we have what can only be referred to as truckload of money in the bank," valuation of Twitter in light of the latest rounds of funding

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  • Well, Jeff, we still believe that the truckload is a business that we can grow in the future.

  • However, it was originally written for a small orchestra with what can conservatively be called a truckload of strings, the more the better, as the composer suggested. Stories

  • Mr Westrom, from Illinois, has been collecting army trucks for 12 years but he said it was time to part ways with the vehicles - sparking the idea of a "truckload" sale. | Top Stories

  • They would curse good friends secupak segantang (a "truckload" of nasty words) when the meet friends who they have not met for months, years, maybe - wondering where this "lahabau" have been all these years.

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  • Farmers have to import farm workers by the 'truckload' because YOU people wont DO IT!

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  • (Saturday, Apr. 11) with a "truckload" of shopworns, scratch-&-dent, factory seconds etc.

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  • For longer than theater owners liked, nobody bought popcorn even though, Vlahakis said, a patron would have had to eat a "truckload" of popcorn to do real damage.


  • John Bernunzio's having an Eastman rep show up tomorrow (Saturday, Apr. 11) with a "truckload" of shopworns, scratch-&-dent, factory seconds etc. for bargain prices (he says).

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