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tractor-trailer

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtractor-trailerˈtractor-ˌtrailer noun [countable] American English  a large truck that has two parts, one small part in the front where the driver sits and a large part at the back where goods are carried
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tractor-trailerOutside, a tractor-trailer braked with a loud moan.A sign advises big tractor-trailers not to use that stretch of highway.To my left, the tractor-trailer is passing in the opposite direction, all the while pulling closer to my flank.On his way to Apple one morning, Atkinson failed to notice that the tractor-trailer ahead of him was parked.The deputies said they believe two tractor-trailers also hit the men.
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