Definition for TRUCK

TRUCK, v.i. [Fr. troquer; Sp. and Port. trocar; allied probably to W. trwc, L. trochus, a round thing, Eng. truck; Gr. τροχος, τρεχω.]

To exchange commodities; to barter. Our traders truck with the Indians, giving them whisky and trinkets for skins. [Truck is now vulgar.]

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