Trecker

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Etymology[edit]

From the German Low German and northern Central German verb trecken ‎(to drag, to pull). The word Trecker is probably a translation and/or phonetic re-interpretation of Traktor, which itself is from Latin trahere ‎(to drag, to pull). The same in Dutch trekker ‎(tractor).

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Trecker m ‎(genitive Treckers, plural Trecker)

  1. (regional, chiefly northern and western Germany) tractor

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