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bakkie

(ˈbʌkiː)
n
(Automotive Engineering) South African a small truck with an open body and low sides
[C20: from Afrikaans bak container]
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bakkie

noun (S. African) truck, pick-up, van, lorry, pick-up truck They stole the farmer's chickens and carried them off in a bakkie.
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Summary: Nissan South Africa has secured a 600-unit-a-month export order from Algeria for its Hardbody 1-ton bakkie.
This has allowed him to buy a milk cow and he is building a bricks and mortar house for himself and his wife, and will buy a bakkie (pick-up truck) to carry his tubers to market.
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