trailer

  1. an unpowered vehicle towed by another, in particular:
    • the rear section of an articulated lorry.
      “forty lorry trailers loaded with fish”
    • an open cart.
      “a farm trailer hauled by a tractor”
    • a platform for transporting a boat.
    • NORTH AMERICAN
      a caravan.
  2. 2.
    a series of extracts from a film or broadcast, used for advance publicity.
    “terrific trailers for mediocre movies”
  3. 3.
    a thing that trails, especially a trailing plant.
verb
verb: trailer; 3rd person present: trailers; past tense: trailered; past participle: trailered; gerund or present participle: trailering
  1. 1.
    give advance publicity to (a film, broadcast, or proposal) by releasing extracts or selected details.
    “the series has already been heavily trailered”
  2. 2.
    transport (something) by trailer.
    “the aircraft is easy to trailer and will fit into any garage”
    1. an unpowered vehicle towed by another, in particular:
      • the rear section of an articulated lorry.
        “forty lorry trailers loaded with fish”
      • an open cart.
        “a farm trailer hauled by a tractor”
      • a platform for transporting a boat.
      • NORTH AMERICAN
        a caravan.
    2. 2.
      a series of extracts from a film or broadcast, used for advance publicity.
      “terrific trailers for mediocre movies”
    3. 3.
      a thing that trails, especially a trailing plant.
    verb
    verb: trailer; 3rd person present: trailers; past tense: trailered; past participle: trailered; gerund or present participle: trailering
    1. 1.
      give advance publicity to (a film, broadcast, or proposal) by releasing extracts or selected details.
      “the series has already been heavily trailered”
    2. 2.
      transport (something) by trailer.
      “the aircraft is easy to trailer and will fit into any garage”
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