trunk

The main stem of a tree.

Trunk

An individual circuit, provided by either a public network operator or via a private network capable of carrying an individual call.

trunk

An individual portion of a vein.
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Trunk

• (n.) That part of a pilaster which is between the base and the capital, corresponding to the shaft of a column. • (n.) The stem, or body, of a tree, apart from its limbs and roots; the main stem, without the branches; stock; stalk. • (n.) A large pipe forming the piston rod of a steam engine, of sufficient diameter to allow one end...
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trunk

<botany> The main stem or body of a tree, considered apart from its roots and branches. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Trunk

(Boot in UK) Compartment for storage of cargo which is separate from the cab.
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trunk

(from the article `elephant`) The trunk, or proboscis, of the elephant is one of the most versatile organs to have evolved among mammals. This structure is unique to members of ... ...to the late Paleocene Epoch (61 to 54.8 million years ago) in northeastern Africa. They stood less than a metre (3.3 feet) at the shoulder and did ... ...
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trunk

(from the article `papermaking`) Pulped forest tree trunks (boles) are by far the predominant source of papermaking fibre. The bole of a tree consists essentially of fibres with a ...
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trunk

(trungk) the part of the body to which the head and limbs are attached; called also torso. a larger structure, such as a vessel or nerve, from which smaller divisions or branches arise, or that is created by their union. adj., trun´cal., adj.
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trunk

noun luggage consisting of a large strong case used when traveling or for storage
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Trunk

[anatomy] Trunk or torso is an anatomical term for the central part of the many animal bodies (including that of the human) from which extend the neck and limbs. The trunk includes the thorax and abdomen. ==Anatomy== ===Major organs=== Most critical organs are housed within the trunk. In the upper chest, the heart and lungs are protected by...
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Trunk

[automobile] The trunk or boot of an automobile or car is the vehicle`s main storage compartment. Trunk is used in North American English and Jamaican English, while boot is used elsewhere in the English-speaking world – except in South Asia, where it is usually called a dickie/dicky or slang diggy (Native: डिकी/डिग्गी...
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Trunk

[botany] In botany, trunk (or bole) refers to the main wooden axis of a tree which is an important diagnostic feature in tree identification, and which often differs markedly from the bottom of the trunk to the top, depending on the species. The trunk is the most important part of the tree for timber production. Trunks occur both in `true` ...
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Trunk

[software] In the field of software development, trunk refers to the unnamed branch (version) of a file tree under revision control. The trunk is usually meant to be the base of a project on which development progresses. If developers are working exclusively on the trunk, it always contains the latest cutting-edge version of the project, bu...
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Trunk

A synonym for bus.
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Trunk

Also called a Line, Exchange Line or Circuit. A telephone circuit linking two switching systems.
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Trunk

In architecture, the term trunk is applied to that part of a pilaster which is between the base and the capital, corresponding to the shaft of a column.
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Trunk

rarely affected
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Trunk

the body of a human or animal excluding the head and limbs.
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Trunk

The body, excluding the head, neck, arms and legs.
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trunk

The casing which holds the centerboard or daggerboard.
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Trunk

the main stem of a tree, shrub or vine.
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Trunk

The main, vertical body of a grapevine that supports all the top growth.
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Trunk

The main, vertical body of a grapevine which supports all the top growth.
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Trunk

The main, vertical structure of a grapevine which supports all the top growth.
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