Associations to the word «Tractor»
TRACTOR, noun. (agriculture) A vehicle used in farms e.g. for pulling farm equipment and preparing the fields.
TRACTOR, noun. (US) A truck (or lorry) for pulling a semi-trailer or trailer.
TRACTOR, noun. Any piece of machinery, any thing that pulls something.
TRACTOR, noun. (aviation) An airplane where the propeller is located in front of the fuselage
TRACTOR, noun. (UK) (rail transportation) A British Rail Class 37 locomotive.
TRACTOR, noun. (archaic) A metal rod used in tractoration, or Perkinism.
TRACTOR BEAM, noun. (science fiction) Device used to attract other objects.
TRACTOR BEAMS, noun. Plural of tractor beam
TRACTOR BOY, noun. (soccer) someone connected with Ipswich Town Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
TRACTOR OUT, verb. (transitive) To dismiss (a tenant, etc.) while replacing manual labour with tractors. [1930s]
TRACTOR UNIT, noun. A large road vehicle, usually consisting of a two or three-axled chassis, and fitted with a cab, engine and drivetrain, used for hauling semitrailers.
TRACTOR UNITS, noun. Plural of tractor unit
TRACTOR, noun. A wheeled vehicle with large wheels; used in farming and other applications.
TRACTOR, noun. A truck that has a cab but no body; used for pulling large trailers or vans.
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