Meaning of TRUCK in English

[truck] vb [ME trukken, fr. OF troquer] vt (13c) 1: to give in exchange: swap

2: to barter or dispose of by barter ~ vi 1: to exchange commodities: barter

2: to negotiate or traffic esp. in an underhanded way: have dealings

[2]truck n (1553) 1: barter

2: commodities appropriate for barter or for small trade

3: close association or connection "will have no ~ with crooks"

4: payment of wages in goods instead of cash

5: vegetables grown for market

6: heterogeneous small articles often of little value; also: rubbish [3]truck n [prob. back-formation fr. truckle small wheel--more at truckle bed] (1611) 1: a small wheel; specif: a small strong wheel for a gun carriage

2: a small wooden cap at the top of a flagstaff or masthead usu. having holes for reeving flag or signal halyards

3: a wheeled vehicle for moving heavy articles: as a: a strong horse-drawn or automotive vehicle for hauling b: a small barrow consisting of a rectangular frame having at one end a pair of handles and at the other end a pair of small heavy wheels and a projecting edge to slide under a load--called also hand truck c: a small heavy rectangular frame supported on four wheels for moving heavy objects d: a small flat-topped car pushed or pulled by hand e: a shelved stand mounted on casters f: an automotive vehicle with a short chassis equipped with a swivel for attaching a trailer and used esp. for the highway hauling of freight; also: a truck with attached trailer

4. a Brit: an open railroad freight car b: a swiveling carriage consisting of a frame with one or more pairs of wheels and springs to carry and guide one end (as of a railroad car) in turning sharp curves -- truck.ful n [4]truck vt (1748): to load or transport on a truck ~ vi 1: to transport goods by truck

2: to be employed in driving a truck

3: to roll along esp. in an easy untroubled way

Merriam-Webster English vocab.      Английский словарь Merriam Webster.