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truck stop

a gas station, usually at the side of a major highway, where truck drivers stop for fuel, and often including a restaurant, sleeping and showering rooms, a store selling basic items, etc.
Origin of truck stop
1960-65 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Those with an axe to grind call it an overpriced, glorified truck stop, and that's fine.
  • What keeps me coming to work every morning is sneaking offal into things that you would buy at a truck stop.
  • Idling trucks snoring at a truck stop provided a good neighborhood.
  • Kirby weighs the boredom and good fellowship he will encounter sitting out the storm at a truck stop against possible tragedy.
  • It is a small city with a truck stop, restaurant and shops.
  • The reservation smoke shop, souvenir shop and a truck stop are also open to non-residents.
  • Turn right off the freeway exit, driving north past the truck stop.
  • Many of these feature no more than a few video poker machines at a truck stop along the interstate.
  • Nearly all truck stop operators agreed to participate in the study.
  • It displays public truck stop locations that have idle reduction facilities for heavy-duty trucks.

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