Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Lorry"

The meaning of "Lorry" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does a lorry has shed its load mean?
A: Shed means to get rid of in this sentence. Load means everything the lorry is carrying.
A lorry has gotten rid of it’s stuff inside.
Q: What does lorry is it some type of van mean?
A: UK word for smallish trucks - flatbeds etc
Q: What does lorry mean?
A: a large, heavy motor vehicle for transporting goods or troops; a truck.
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Synonyms of "Lorry" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between lorry and truck ?
A: a lorry is a big road train vehicle (freight carrier).
a truck is anything smaller than that :)
Q: What is the difference between lorry and truck ?
A: https://www.drivenmedia.co.uk/2018/02/27/truck-trailer-and-lorry-advertising-whats-the-difference/
Q: What is the difference between lorry and truck ?
A: A truck is described as a light vehicle.Whereas, on the other hand a lorry is classified under heavy vehicles. This is one of the main differences between a truck and a lorry. A lorry is used for transporting heavy items and things such as logs of wood, machinery and the like. And a truck on the other hand is used to transport small items and light weight goods such as household articles and the like.
Q: What is the difference between lorry and truck ?
A: “lorry”这个词美国人都不用,是英式英语。
Q: What is the difference between lorry and truck ?
A: "Lorry" is used more in the UK.

"Truck" is used more in the USA.

Translations of "Lorry"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the lorry ploughed into a barrer
A: the lorry ploughed into a barrier
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lorry
A: I think you are referring to a boat that carries people/cars across a waterway. If so, we call them ferry or ferries (plural).
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? lorry
A: lorry, or truck. i think lorry might be used more in the UK than in the US.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? lorry
A: we would say 'lorry' in British English whereas Americans would say 'truck'

Other questions about "Lorry"

Q: What is a " lorry " for american people ?
A: "Lorry" doesn't have any meaning in US English. It's called a "truck" here.
Q: I haven't gotten on a lorry before, though I see them running on roads, carrying woods or chemicals. does this sound natural?
A: A “lorry” is a British term, used mainly in the United Kingdom. If you wanted to use American English, you would be better off using “truck” instead of “lorry”.

Also, I would also say “driving on roads”, instead of “running on roads”. And “woods” should be singular, so no “s” at the end. “Woods” usually refers to a forest, instead of wood you would use for a fireplace, for example.

I hope that helped a little!
Q: I was driving my lorry on the motorway but then I ran out of petrol so I had to walk the rest of my trip on the footway. does this sound natural?
A: I think the "a" before "motorway" and "doorway" should be changed to "the", also add a "the" before "trip"

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