Definition of truckload
1 : a load or amount that fills or could fill a truck
2 : the minimum weight required for shipping at truckload rates
3 : a large amount truckloads of money
Examples of truckload in a Sentence
the guy who marries her is in for a truckload of misery
Recent Examples of truckload from the Web
And while some players might miss his calming personality, that isn't worth a truckload of victories.
California Department of Transportation crews are working to clear more than 50 truckloads of new debris that fell onto the westbound lane at Alder Creek, a rural location between White Hall and Kyburz, according to a Caltrans news release.
A truckload of pigs wasn't ready to become bacon, despite being parked in the hot sun for hours in West Virginia.
A truckload of pigs wasn’t ready to become bacon, despite being parked in the hot sun for hours in West Virginia.
Each year, an additional 8 million are added -- the equivalent of a truckload every minute, according to the World Economic Forum.
Turnover at large for-hire fleets hauling freight by the truckload — the backbone of the industry — runs an astonishing 80 percent a year, according to a trade group.
The hole left by the partial collapse was filled with more than 50 truckloads of soil the next day.
This year, the Army Corps is paying a contractor $3.7 million to dredge 200,000 cubic yards of sediment from the channel, the equivalent of 16,000 truckloads of soil.
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First Known Use of truckload
TRUCKLOAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of truckload for English Language Learners
: a load that fills a truck
: a large amount of something
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