trailering


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trail·er

 (trā′lər)
n.
1. A nonmotorized vehicle designed to be pulled behind a motor vehicle, especially:
a. A large transport vehicle designed to be hauled by a truck or tractor.
b. A furnished vehicle drawn by a truck or automobile and used when parked as a dwelling or office.
2.
a. A short filmed advertisement for a movie; a preview.
b. A short, blank strip of film at the end of a reel.
v. trail·ered, trail·er·ing, trail·ers
v.tr.
To transport by a trailer: trailered the boat to the beach.
v.intr.
To travel or live in a trailer.

trail′er·a·ble adj.
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trailering

(ˈtreɪlərɪŋ)
n
the advertising of a film or television programme by means of trailers
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