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1. A direct line between two telephone switchboards.
2. The main line of a communications or transportation system.
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1. (Telecommunications) a direct link between two telephone exchanges or switchboards that are a considerable distance apart
2. (Railways) the main route or routes on a railway
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1. a major long-distance transportation line.
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|Noun||1.||trunk line - line that is the main route on a railway|
|2.||trunk line - a telephone line connecting two exchanges directly|
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trunk linen (Rail, Telec) → linea principale
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