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Definition of truckload noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



truckload (of somebody/something)
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the amount of someone or something that fills a truck (often used to express the fact that an amount is large) a truckload of soldiers The first truckloads of food arrived at the refugee camp today. Their new album is selling by the truckload. The company is making truckloads (= a lot) of money.
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