Definitions of Forklift
- Dictionary.com: (noun) A small vehicle with two power-operated prongs at the front that can be slid under heavy loads and then raised for moving and stacking materials in warehouses, unloading trucks along with human lumpers, shipping depots, etc.
- Merriam Webster: (noun) A self-propelled machine for hoisting and transporting heavy objects by means of steel fingers inserted under the load.
- Synonyms for forklift: lift truck, fork truck, fork hoist, trailer loader, tow-motor, sideloader
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Some mornings you wake up and think, gee I look handsome today. Other days I think, what am I doing in the movies? I wanna go back to Ireland and drive a forklift.
The migration path to anything but Microsoft would require a forklift overhaul.
Forklift accidents are preventable each year, however, powered industrial trucks are involved in thousands of accidents that injure or kill American workers.
I was working as a laundryman in New Orleans, but I also know how to cook and how to operate a forklift. What I can’t do, I’ll learn.
A lumper service is essentially human resources that provide loading and unloading services. Human forklifts. Think laborers unloading trucks. Unusual word. Much needed service.