low-loader

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low-loader

n
(Automotive Engineering) a road or rail vehicle for heavy loads with a low platform for ease of access
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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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Movecorp had sent two low-loaders to the property, each manned by two workers.
And it came just hours after thousands of the tyrant's followers cheered a military parade through the North Korean capital Pyongyang, with deadly missiles being displayed on the back of military low-loaders.
The 10 trees are travelling from their current home in Oxford on six huge low-loaders along the M4.
Pipework and a 250-tonne crane will arrive by low-loaders via the Coquet Street car park, which will be closed for short periods.
Police covering one part of Birmingham are so concerned officers on patrol are stopping low-loaders to check the vehicle on the back has not been stolen.
Among the HSE findings were that the army failed to do a risk assessment on unloading vehicles from low-loaders and therefore failed to provide a safe system of work for its employees.
At 4am the police cars arrived at the builders in Hull to escort the low-loaders carrying the first two prefabs to Capel Road.
Thieves lift the cars off the ground, put them on low-loaders and drive off.
Low-loaders believed to be carrying Warrior infantry combat vehicles and Scimitar reconnaissance vehicles were thought to be heading for a base in Hillah, about 60 miles south of Baghdad.
An MoD spokesman said: "The accident happened as army vehicles were being off-loaded from low-loaders in readiness for deployment to Iraq.
Loading and discharging machinery to/from low-loaders, d.