a flatcar designed to accommodate containers or highway truck trailers.
[pig-ee-bak] /ˈpɪg iˌbæk/ adverb 1. on the back or shoulders: The little girl rode piggyback on her father. adjective 2. astride the back or shoulders: a piggyback ride. 3. sharing commercial time, space, etc.: piggyback advertising. 4. carryable or attachable: a piggyback turbine unit. 5. added or tacked on; supplementary: a piggyback clause. 6. noting […]
noun 1. a plant, Tolmiea menziesii, of the saxifrage family, native to western North America, that produces new plants at the base of its broad, hairy leaves and that is popular as a houseplant.
noun 1. a small bank, having the shape of a pig, provided with a slot at the top to receive small coins. 2. any small bank in which coins are kept. noun 1. a child’s coin bank shaped like a pig with a slot for coins noun phrase A source of funds: Portland GE has […]
noun A stubborn person (1889+)