trunkload

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Etymology[edit]

From trunk +‎ load.

Noun[edit]

trunkload (plural trunkloads)

  1. (US) A quantity sufficient to fill the trunk of a car
    • 2009 January 25, Azadeh Moaveni, “Wine-Order Bride”:
      But Joseph’s mobile phone seemed permanently off, and we soon learned that he had been caught by the police with a trunkload of whiskey.

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