Lorry vs Lorryload - What's the difference?

lorry | lorryload |


As nouns the difference between lorry and lorryload

is that lorry is (british) a motor vehicle for transporting goods; a truck while lorryload is as much as a lorry can hold; a truckload.

As a verb lorry

is to soil, dirty, bespatter with mud or the like.

lorry

English

Alternative forms

* (l), (l)

Noun

(lorries)
  • (British) A motor vehicle for transporting goods; a truck.
  • (obsolete) A large low horse-drawn wagon.
  • (dated) A small cart or wagon, as used on the tramways in mines to carry coal or rubbish.
  • (dated) A barrow or truck for shifting baggage, as at railway stations.
  • Synonyms

    * (motor vehicle for goods transport) rig, tractor trailer, truck (US), hauler

    Descendants

    * Malay: (l)

    Verb

  • To soil, dirty, bespatter with mud or the like.
  • lorryload

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • As much as a lorry can hold; a truckload.