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moving van

a large truck or trailer used for transporting furnishings from one residence or office to another.
Origin of moving van
1895-1900, Americanism Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Such possessions are loaded onto the moving van when the president leaves.
  • The last vehicle to attempt our street was a moving van.
  • The mobile system consists of two moving van-sized trucks, each equipped with instrumentation and equipment.
  • He was not killed, but instead severely beaten up and thrown out of a moving van, which provided an opportunity to run away.
  • He still works in a tiny office about the size of a moving van, scattered with buckets of grain and cigarette butts.
  • The slowly moving van was pulling a small trailer loaded with two all-terrain vehicles.
  • My children's father owns a cross-country moving van.
  • Do not interfere with areas such as handicapped parking, driveways or moving van access zones.
  • Include this list with the paperwork accompanying your move, and give it to the driver of the moving van.

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