One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A truck or van with a large rectangular rear compartment for cargo.‘a cube van full of bikes arrived’‘our friends arrived with their cube van to help us move’
- ‘We'll haul his inflatable and outboard motor the same day in a rented pickup or cube van.’
- ‘Police are continuing their investigation into a head-on collision between a cube van and a TTC bus on Steeles Avenue that killed one person and sent 12 others to the hospital.’
- ‘The machine slammed into a cube van, tipping it over and causing a fuel spill.’
- ‘By February 15 the plaintiffs had money for the services of two men with a cube van.’
- ‘The trucks in question range from pickups to moving companies' cube vans; there are no 18-wheelers yet.’
- ‘The arresting officer took the appellant to a mobile police cube van for breath tests.’
- ‘At the time of the crash, a southbound cube van was turning into the mall entrance.’
- ‘It took 20 officers more than 30 hours to cart everything away in four five-tonne cube vans.’
- ‘He had arrived at the business premises at various time in different minivans, a cube van and a Jeep Cherokee.’
- ‘The bins were loaded onto a rented cube van, a minivan and a camping trailer, then taken to be stored in donated shipping containers.’
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