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Trundling

ˈtrʌn.dəl

Meanings of Trundling:

verb

(with reference to a wheeled vehicle or its occupants) move or cause to move slowly and heavily.

Usage examples:

Ten vintage cars trundled past
noun

An act of moving slowly or heavily.

Usage examples:

The journey was just a trundle around the northern line

Meanings of Trunk:

noun

The main woody stem of a tree as distinct from its branches and roots.

Usage examples:

You can tell the age of a tree by the rings inside its trunk

Meanings of Trunkfish:

noun

Another term for boxfish.

Meanings of Trunkfishes:

noun

Another term for boxfish.

Meanings of Trunking:

noun

A system of shafts or conduits for cables or ventilation.

Usage examples:

Both air-conditioning and good cable trunking systems are required to modernise the building and ma…

Meanings of Trunks:

noun

The main woody stem of a tree as distinct from its branches and roots.

plural noun

Men's shorts, worn especially for swimming or boxing.

Usage examples:

Bathing trunks

Meanings of Trunnel:

noun

A hard wooden pin used for fastening timbers together.

Usage examples:

The timbers are often cut and dressed by hand, jointed and interlocked in the traditional way, and …

Meanings of Trunnels:

noun

A hard wooden pin used for fastening timbers together.

Meanings of Trunnion:

noun

A pin or pivot forming one of a pair on which something is supported.

Usage examples:

The introduction of trunnions, the pivots in the middle of the barrel permitting it to move indepen…

Meanings of Trunnions:

noun

A pin or pivot forming one of a pair on which something is supported.

Usage examples:

The introduction of trunnions, the pivots in the middle of the barrel permitting it to move indepen…

Truss

trʌs

Meanings of Truss:

noun

A framework, typically consisting of rafters, posts, and struts, supporting a roof, bridge, or other structure.

Usage examples:

Roof trusses
verb

Tie up the wings and legs of (a chicken or other bird) before cooking.

Usage examples:

Alfred had already trussed and stuffed the geese

Meanings of Truss-up:

noun

A support for a building or bridge, made of wood or steel

Usage examples:

No one knows if the fire damaged the building’s trusses and support beams.

Meanings of Trussed:

adjective

(of a roof, bridge, or other structure) supported with a truss or trusses.

Usage examples:

The trussed roof of the 15th-century church of san francesco
verb

Tie up the wings and legs of (a chicken or other bird) before cooking.

Usage examples:

Alfred had already trussed and stuffed the geese

Meanings of Trusses:

noun

A framework, typically consisting of rafters, posts, and struts, supporting a roof, bridge, or other structure.

Usage examples:

Roof trusses
verb

Tie up the wings and legs of (a chicken or other bird) before cooking.

Usage examples:

Alfred had already trussed and stuffed the geese

Meanings of Trussing:

verb

Tie up the wings and legs of (a chicken or other bird) before cooking.

Usage examples:

Alfred had already trussed and stuffed the geese
noun

A framework, typically consisting of rafters, posts, and struts, supporting a roof, bridge, or other structure.

Usage examples:

Roof trusses

Meanings of Trust:

noun

Firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something.

Usage examples:

Relations have to be built on trust
verb

Believe in the reliability, truth, or ability of.

Usage examples:

I should never have trusted her

Meanings of Trust-in:

idiom

To place your trust or hopes in someone or something

Usage examples:

We repose a lot of hope in this project.

Meanings of Trustable:

adjective

Able to be trusted

Usage examples:

A trustable source

Meanings of Trustbuster:

noun

A person or agency employed to enforce antitrust legislation.

Usage examples:

And while the company has extended an olive branch to trustbusters, holding preliminary talks on ju…

Trustbusting

ˈtrʌstˌbʌstər

Meanings of Trustbusting:

noun

A person or organization that works to prevent illegal arrangements between companies

Usage examples:

He was hired as a federal trustbuster by the justice department., the extent to which consumers hav…

Trusted

ˈtrʌs.tɪd

Meanings of Trusted:

adjective

Regarded as reliable or truthful.

Usage examples:

A trusted adviser
verb

Believe in the reliability, truth, or ability of.

Usage examples:

I should never have trusted her

Meanings of Trustee:

noun

An individual person or member of a board given control or powers of administration of property in trust with a legal obligation to administer it solely for the purposes specified.

Usage examples:

Pension fund trustees

Meanings of Trusteed:

noun

(with the) a person whose income derives from assets, property, etc., in the possession of a trustee or trustees (obsolete).

adjective

That is in the possession of a trustee or trustee.

Meanings of Trusteeism:

noun

A system of appointing lay members of a congregation as administrators or trustees of their parish.

Meanings of Trustees:

noun

An individual person or member of a board given control or powers of administration of property in trust with a legal obligation to administer it solely for the purposes specified.

Usage examples:

Pension fund trustees

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