LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||04/FEV/2007 12:32 AM|
A very common way to say it is "eighteen-wheeler". (It has 18 wheels, right?) A less colloquial way is "semi-truck" or merely "semi". These trucks have two parts: the tractor (the front part with the motor) and the trailer (the rear part where goods or loads are carried.
Do you see the red eighteen-wheeler in that lot?
Do you mean the semi parked next to the fence?
Yes, the one with the red tractor and white trailer.
Yes, I see it. What about it?
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