A large, heavy motor vehicle for transporting goods or troops; a truck
a large low horse-drawn wagon without sides
a large truck designed to carry heavy loads; usually without sides
A truck (American English) or lorry (British English) is a motor vehicle designed to transport cargo. Trucks vary greatly in size, power and configuration, with the smallest being mechanically similar to an automobile. ...
Among horse-drawn vehicles, a lorry was a low-loading trolley. It was used mainly for the carriage of other vehicles, for example for delivery from the coachbuilders or returning there for repair.
The Lorry (Le camion) is a 1977 French drama film directed by Marguerite Duras. It was entered into the 1977 Cannes Film Festival.
(The Lorries) Red Lorry Yellow Lorry are a rock band that were formed in Leeds, England in early 1981.
A platform with 4 wheels used to transport goods on a railway.
A truck. Pickup trucks don’t appear to be too common in the UK, so lorry usually refers to what Americans would call a “panel truck”.
1. truck. 2. a long, flat low wagon. 3. a truck used on railways and tramways.
n. A lorry is the nearest eqivalent we have to a truck. I say "nearest equivalent" because lorries aren't generally as big as trucks. This has less to do with linguistic differences and more to do with the fact that our roads generally only have lane numbers in single figures.
A large truck used for transporting heavy loads. There are two types of lorry. A non-articulated lorry is the same as a US delivery truck; a cab attached to a large bed or box. A articulated lorry is the same as a US tractor-trailer (big rig). ...