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Definition of truck

truck

noun

verb

  • to move or to go.
                                                                                                                     

    Citation from "There's a Lot to Miss About the Jungle", Off The Map (TV), Season 1 Episode 13 (2011) censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.

    Last edited on May 02 2011. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Sep 21 2009.

  • An exaggerated form of walking popularized by Zap comics that involves leaning backwards while alternating arm-leg combinations that extend in opposite directions. The most famous "Truckers" in the early 70s were the Triangle Truckers at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, IL.
    Used in Dumbo in 1941 by crow.

    Last edited on Jun 16 2019. Submitted by Anonymous on Mar 24 2012.

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Other terms relating to 'to go, leave, exit':

Definitions include: leaving.
Definitions include: to leave, 'to do the off', depart.
Definitions include: to leave a place in disgust, usually as a result of finding it boring.
Definitions include: to leave quickly due to fear.
Definitions include: interjection to announce one's departure.
Definitions include: to be of poor quality, displeasing.
Definitions include: to go free from a criminal charge.
Definitions include: acronym for "got to go".
Definitions include: to go away, to get kicked out
Definitions include: to leave.
Definitions include: see Audi 5000.
Definitions include: to leave or exit quickly.
Definitions include: to move quickly.
Definitions include: a successful thing, especially a movie.
Definitions include: to leave.

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Other terms relating to 'truck':

Definitions include: nice buttocks.
Definitions include: a polite way to say "dumb fuck".
Definitions include: to agree with.
Definitions include: to persist.
Definitions include: continue on (implying that current presence is unwanted)
Definitions include: To go very fast. Compare with Flying
Definitions include: to leave in a hurry.

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