front-end loader

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front-end loader ‎(plural front-end loaders)

  1. a kind of four-wheeled tractor, often yellow, used in construction, which has a one-man cabin and a large scoop at the front which can be used to dig up dirt or other material
  2. the scoop of a front-end loader

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