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camion

[ kam-ee-uhn; French ka-myawn ]
/ ˈkæm i ən; French kaˈmyɔ̃ /
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noun, plural cam·i·ons [kam-ee-uhnz; French ka-myawn]. /ˈkæm i ənz; French kaˈmyɔ̃/.
a truck used for carrying freight or military supplies, equipment, and troops.
a strongly built cart or wagon for transporting heavy loads; dray.
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Origin of camion

1880–85; <French < ?
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British Dictionary definitions for camion

camion
/ (ˈkæmɪən, French kamjɔ̃) /

noun
a lorry, or, esp formerly, a large dray

Word Origin for camion

C19: from French, of obscure origin
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