camion

[ kam-ee-uh n; French ka-myawn ]SEE DEFINITION OF camion
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With a roar of heavy wheels and a grind of gears a camion went by.

But I was in luck 'cause a Frenchman had just started his camion an' I jumped in and said the gendarmes were after me.

No one goes in or out except by military or Red Cross camion.

It has been said that the first battle of Verdun was won by the camion service.

At a railroad station on the way we had a collision that did for our camion completely.

It was a wicked, blowy day, and I crept into a wrecked "camion" and sheltered there, and ate some lunch and slept a little.

That night we bundled our bedding into the Ford camion, and slept in one of the deep champagne caves.

There shall likewise be delivered 5,000 motor lorries (camion automobiles) in good order, within the period of thirty-six days.

On the front seat of the camion a sleepless one handled the wheel, while beside him the relief driver slept on the seat.

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