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trucker1

[truhk-er] /ˈtrʌk ər/
noun
1.
a person who drives a truck; truckdriver.
2.
a person whose business is trucking goods.
Origin
1875-1880
1875-80; truck1 + -er1

trucker2

[truhk-er] /ˈtrʌk ər/
noun
1.
Origin
1530-40; truck2 + -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for truckers

trucker1

/ˈtrʌkə/
noun (mainly US & Canadian)
1.
a lorry driver
2.
a person who arranges for the transport of goods by lorry

trucker2

/ˈtrʌkə/
noun (US & Canadian)
1.
a market gardener
2.
another word for hawker1
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Word Origin and History for truckers

trucker

n.

1853, "worker who moves loads using a cart;" agent noun from truck (v.2). The motorized version is by 1935, a shortening of truck driver (1839).

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