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

The meaning of "Trunk" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does The trunk of his car is stuck closed. mean?
A: "Stuck closed" means that the trunk is not able to be opened.
Q: What does get the trunk mean?
A: in US it would mean 'can you open (or close, depends what is needed) the boot' (the back door of a car where the luggage goes)
Q: What does trunk mean?
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Q: What does trunk mean?
A: 1) the main body of a tree, below the place where it branches. "The trunk of the apple tree."

2) In American English, the compartment at the back of a car. It is the American version of the British "boot of the car."
"I will put my luggage in the trunk."

Example sentences using "Trunk"

Q: Please show me example sentences with trunk (cars) .
A: "The bags are in the trunk." "Put it in the trunk." "Will it fit in the trunk?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with trunk.
A: trunk has a couple of meanings, but usually it is used when talking about the “trunk of the tree” which is the main woody stem.
- “the trunk of the tree has been very stable up until now.”

It can also be used when talking about animals such as “the elephant’s trunk has many functions. It helps them eat, breathe, and it can even be used for defense.”

Synonyms of "Trunk" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between trunk and hood ?
A: Trunk is the rear storage area in a car. Hood is the part that covers the engine. I believe they use different terms in the UK.
Q: What is the difference between trunk and chest ?
A: In the UK, I don't think there's much difference. I would imagine a chest being more sturdy - made from wood or metal. Trunks I think are lighter, often made of tough leather or very thick cardboard.
In America 'trunk' means the rear storage in a vehicle. We call that 'the boot' .
Q: What is the difference between trunk and stem ?
A: a trunk belongs to a tree, and a stem is for a smaller plant

Translations of "Trunk"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? trunk
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? trunk
A: If you mean trunk of a car, we call it the 'boot'.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? trunk
A: Not now I can't, but forvo has multiple recordings of it

http://www.forvo.com/word/trunk/

Other questions about "Trunk"

Q: The trunk has broken, but I felt life force by light and shadow. does this sound natural?
A: Even though the trunk is broken, the contrast of the light gives it a sense of life.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce trunk drunk.
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Q: "There stood a trunk as tall as a circus mouse on stilts."

This sentence is in the book of Geronimo stilton that the characters are mice.

That sentence is supposed to mean that trunk is huge but I can't quite understand why it has that meaning.

Could you explain this for me?
A: well, from the perspective of an ordinary mouse, a circus mouse who performs on tall stilts would seem very grand.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce trunk.
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Q: What is trunk or treat in Halloween? How Is it different from the trick or treat?
Thanks
A: Yes, it is different. There is a lot to explain, but try to read this
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trick-or-treating#Trunk-or-Treat
And if you have any problems understanding it, just ask. :)

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