truck in(redirected from trucks in)
1. To arrive by truck. Soldiers came trucking in to help deal with the crisis.
2. To transport someone or something in(to something or some place) by truck. A noun or pronoun is used between "truck" and "in." There was no potable water in the cabin, so we had to truck in a month's worth of bottled water. They trucked dozens of laborers in to help build the new rig as quickly as possible.
See also: truck
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