trailer significado, trailer definición | diccionario de inglés definición

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trailer  

  ( trailers    plural  )
1       n-count   A trailer is a container on wheels which is pulled by a car or other vehicle and which is used for transporting large or heavy items.  
2       n-count   A trailer is the long rear section of a lorry or truck, in which the goods are carried.  
3       n-count   A trailer is a long vehicle without an engine which people use as a home or as an office and which can be pulled behind a car.  
  (mainly AM)  
in BRIT, use caravan     
4       n-count   A trailer for a film or television programme is a set of short extracts which are shown to advertise it.  
oft N for n  


semi-trailer        ( semi-trailers    plural  ) , semitrailer   A semi-trailer is the long rear section of a truck or lorry that can bend when it turns.  
  (AM)      n-count  
in BRIT, use trailer     
trailer park        ( trailer parks    plural  ) , trailer court   A trailer park is an area where people can pay to park their trailers and live in them.  
  (AM)      n-count  
in BRIT, use caravan site     
trailer trash     
Some people use trailer trash to refer to poor people who live in trailer parks and who they think are vulgar or worthless. This use could cause offence.  
  (AM)  
INFORMAL      n-uncount-coll  
  (disapproval)   
trailer truck        ( trailer trucks    plural  ) A trailer truck is a truck or lorry that is made in two or more sections which are joined together by metal bars, so that the vehicle can turn more easily.  
  (AM)      n-count  
in BRIT, usually use articulated lorry     
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