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transporter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Motor vehicles
transportertrans‧port‧er /trænˈspɔːtə $ -ˈspɔːrtər/ AWL noun [countable]  TTCa long vehicle that can carry one or more other vehicles
Examples from the Corpus
transporterSooner or later water must have acted as a transporter for dissolved materials.They checked the two men as they left the air transporter.The cars went by transporter again.Once he nicked my entire Corgi transporter filled with cars and a train set.In theory, scientists could develop drugs that bind to the dopamine transporter, which would lock the door to cocaine.The executive transporter bay was a chaos of foam and whirling shapes which might or might not have been armed troopers.We will load them all on the transporter.The accident happened on a busy dual carriageway when the transporter hit a grass verge and landed on top of one of the cars.
From Longman Business Dictionarytransportertrans‧port‧er /trænˈspɔːtə-ˈspɔːrtər/ noun [countable]TRANSPORT1a long heavy vehicle used for moving other vehicles from one place to anothera car transporter2a company that moves goods from one place to anothera five-day strike by private transporters
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