artic

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artic

(ɑːˈtɪk)
n
(Automotive Engineering) informal short for articulated vehicle
Translations

artic

n (Brit inf) → (Sattel)schlepper m
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We could not get near the fire, so we moved at large in the artic spaces, among a multitude of people who sat silent, smileless, forlorn, and shivering--thinking what fools they were to come, perhaps.
Then, after the break-up of the ice on the Porcupine, he had built a canoe and paddled down that stream to where it effected its junction with the Yukon just under the Artic circle.
via email IT'S clear from Kevin Ritchie's rant about artics that he hasn't watched Ice Road Truckers.
The country would grind to a halt if we banned artics from the roads.
Artics come in a number of sizes ranging from about 10 metric tons carrying capacity to 50 tons.
On a similar note, Caterpillar had been planning on moving its production of artics to the United States from the U.
GREEN MSP Mark Ballard who brought the Edinburgh lorry protest to a halt by stepping in front of the artics armed only with a placard.
The Snapshots report gives an instant overview of the UK truck market and covers rigid, Two-axle artics and three axle artics trucks.
And as part of that, sales of artics jumped to nearly 2600 units for the year.
Police chiefs insist the pounds 42,000 recycling urban artics can only be driven with an HGV licence.
Coverage includes agricultural products, Artics over 33 tonnes, beverages, building materials, chemicals, coal, coke, consignments, crude materials, crude minerals, fertiliser, food, goods lifted, iron & steel products, light vehicles (under 3.
Artics are also highly valued for their speed and quick cycle times, machine attributes that an equal-sized rigid hauler typically does not share.