2 off the back of a lorry informal brit a phrase used humorously to imply that something has been dishonestly acquired it fell off the back of a lorry. Noun plural lorries chiefly british a motor truck especially a large one any of various conveyances running on rails as for transporting material in a mine or factory. Recent examples on the web this summer a trial of an automated electronic system will begin in orje north of svinesund but even here most lorries will stop the economist norways border shows the problems brexit could create in ireland 24 feb 2018 since 1993 the tracks played host only to the occasional handmade bamboo lorry an interim fix to help transport locals goods and
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