Today’s Ragtag Daily Prompt is Truck. Here in the US, the first meaning that comes to most of us for truck is a large motor vehicle used for hauling goods. Small ones “pick ups” to enormous tractor trailer rigs “18 wheelers” or “semis”. In Britain, at least some of those vehicles are known as lorries.
And then there are “hand trucks”, more commonly known to me as dollies, for transporting heavy stuff around, but propelled by an individual rather than a motor.
Truck farms. No, not where vehicles are grown, and not the same as a farm truck. Word order matters. Most often a smaller farm growing a variety of vegetables.
And truck, meaning to countenance. “I have no truck with that”.
To finish, in the language of my youth, “keep on truckin”.
Have a good weekend.