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trailer (park) trash

derogatory slur A poor, uneducated, and unsophisticated person who lives in or was raised in a trailer park. Just because I come from a caravan park doesn't make me trailer trash. I'm working on my PhD at Harvard, for goodness' sake! I don't want my daughter going out with trailer park trash like him!
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trailer

mod. trashy, as in trailer park trash. The guy’s a loser. Strictly trailer.

trailer park trash

and TPT
n. trailer park trash. My motor home cost more than your house, and you call me TPT?
See also: park, trailer, trash

trailer trash

n. the poorest of people who live in run-down house trailers in bad neighborhoods. (Used with singular or plural force. Rude and derogatory.) She’s just trailer trash. Probably doesn’t even own shoes.
See also: trailer, trash
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ACE also offers free preparation guides including, Hurricanes and Severe Storms and Hurricane Preparation Tips for Boaters, which include detailed recommendations and tips for the owners of trailerable and non-trailerable boats to undertake prior, during and after a storm.
The GPSMAP 5215 will be an option on the Ranger Tugs 29 and John Livingston, President of Fluid Motion, points out, "This model has a 15-inch screen--that's a big screen for a 29-foot boat and is one of the ways we offer yacht-size features in a trailerable trawler.
set out public Fish-Attracting Devices, or FADs, all over the islands, within easy reach of trailerable boats.
J'S LATEST PHENOMENON IS THEIR 'ENTRY-LEVEL' J/70 THAT'S TAKING THE SAILING WORLD BY STORM AS A 'NEXT GEN', TRAILERABLE RACING YACHT, WITH THE SPEED OF A SPORTSBOAT AND THE STABILITY OF A MUCH LARGER KEELBOAT.
As I was researching the entrants, I couldn't help but notice how rapid the migration of technology has been from what was once the domain of commercial or military users to the yachting crowd and finally on down to those of us in the trailerable pleasure-boat sector, making our boating safer and more enjoyable in the process.
It's highly maneuverable, can spin within its own length, is trailerable, self launching and can be activated quickly whenever an oil spill is detected.
As technology has increased, radar systems have become lighter and more affordable allowing them to be mounted on smaller vessels, including trailerable boats.
Being offshore capable and also fully trailerable (with a lifting fin and bulb keel) perched on a dedicated trailer (included in the package) the M34 is well suited to the Australian and New Zealand regatta / race week scene.
The Outlander 160 tips the scales at 822 pounds, which makes it trailerable with even light vehicles like a Ford Ranger pickup and makes it nimble on the water.
And as outboard power has increased, boat builders have been racing to splash larger, longer-range trailerable outboard boats.
One of the best parts of owning a trailerable boat is the freedom to travel and explore new areas, but a sudden glimpse of swirling red and blue in the rearview mirror is the fastest way to spoil a road trip.
The stage has been set for a great showdown in 2009 with both confirmed entrants to the 21st Airlie Beach Race Week, which will again host some of the best racing yachts from around the country including trailerable sports boats, which are expected to be one of the growing categories among the seven racing classes.
ACE offers a free "Hurricanes and Severe Storms" preparation guide, which includes detailed recommendations for the owners of trailerable and non-trailerable boats to undertake prior, during and after a storm.