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British UsagePlay
Primarily used in the UK, 'lorry' might confuse speakers from other regions where 'truck' is more common. SlideIn the UK, you would say 'The supermarket gets a lorry delivery every morning.'
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Size MattersPlay
'Lorry' implies a larger vehicle often used commercially rather than a small pickup used by individuals. SlideConstruction sites usually have several lorries to move heavy materials.
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Career LanguagePlay
Using 'lorry driver' specifies the job of someone who operates a heavy goods vehicle professionally. SlideHe started working as a lorry driver for a logistics company.