[lawr-ee, lor-ee] /ˈlɔr i, ˈlɒr i/
noun, plural lorries.
Chiefly British. a motor truck, especially a large one.
any of various conveyances running on rails, as for transporting material in a mine or factory.
a long, low, horse-drawn wagon without sides.
noun (pl) -ries
a large motor vehicle designed to carry heavy loads, esp one with a flat platform US and Canadian name truck See also articulated vehicle
(Brit, informal) off the back of a lorry, a phrase used humorously to imply that something has been dishonestly acquired: it fell off the back of a lorry
any of various vehicles with a flat load-carrying surface, esp one designed to run on rails
“a truck; a long, flat wagon,” 1838, British railroad word, probably from verb lurry “to pull, tug” (1570s), of uncertain origin. Meaning “large motor vehicle for carrying goods” is first attested 1911.
not pitied, the name of the prophet Hosea’s first daughter, a type of Jehovah’s temporary rejection of his people (Hos. 1:6; 2:23).
[lawr-ee, lohr-ee] /ˈlɔr i, ˈloʊr i/ noun, plural lories. 1. any of several small, usually brilliantly colored Australasian parrots having the tongue bordered with a brushlike fringe for feeding on nectar and fruit juices. /ˈlɔːrɪ/ noun (pl) -ries 1. any of various small brightly coloured parrots of Australia and Indonesia, having a brush-tipped tongue with […]
1. law of the sea 2. length of stay 3. line of scrimmage 4. line of sight 5. loss of sight 6. loss of signal
[loo-zuh-buh l] /ˈlu zə bəl/ adjective 1. susceptible to becoming .