low-loader

low-loader

n
(Automotive Engineering) a road or rail vehicle for heavy loads with a low platform for ease of access
Translations

low-loader

[ˌləʊˈləʊdəʳ] N (Aut) → camión m de plataforma de carga baja

low-loader

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low-loader

[ˌləʊˈləʊdəʳ] ncamion m inv a pianale basso
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A LOW-LOADER from the recovery garage where Skripal's red BMW was taken after the nerve agent bid is hauled off by the Army.
The Luton low-loader was written off in Thursday afternoon's attack, at a cost of around PS40,000.
The 69-year-old suffered major crush injuries as the low-loader carrying an excavator passed over her in the tragedy on March 2, before she ended up under the rear wheels of a following car.
The arrests happened on Saturday outside the Tesco Extra store in Llandaff, Cardiff, and part of the car park was closed to enable a low-loader to take away the car.
The Lamborghini has a top speed of 217mph and can accelerate from 0-60mph in less than three seconds - except when it's on the back of a police low-loader.
Part I of the contract: a set of low-loader - MERCEDES ACTROS Reg.
In Mirfield the gridlock |was compounded after a low-loader lorry burst into flames close to the John Cotton factory at Huddersfield Road.
Stephen Cornfield was driving near his construction site in Ingleby Barwick on a December evening after the workers had left for the night when he became suspicious about a low-loader truck.
When he arrived there, it was still on the low-loader which had removed it.
The Citroen van was lifted on to a low-loader and taken away from a property in Knapp Road - around a mile from the vicarage.
The important operation of lifting a furnace from a dedicated low-loader unit within the live area of the St Fergus gas terminal was undertaken by Enermech Limited, a specialist lifting company with headquarters in Aberdeen.
It was totally undriveable and had to be put on a low-loader and delivered back to my house.