Definition of trailer park in English:

trailer park

Syllabification: trail·er park
(also trailer court)

noun

North American
1An area with special amenities where trailers are parked and used for recreation or as permanent homes.
More example sentences
  • However, you can rent a shop in the trailer park for much less money.
  • The residents of the trailer park are generally, almost overwhelmingly, supportive of the show.
  • She said she was present at the trailer park where her brother-in-law Frankie lived but that was it.
1.1 [as modifier] US Lacking refinement, taste, or quality; coarse: her trailer-park bleached perm
More example sentences
  • The protagonist of this charming feature debut is a spirited single mother with a string of divorces behind her and a taste for trailer-park chic.
  • ‘The trailer-park trend,’ as its barely less inflammatory incarnation has been dubbed, is manifested in this ready to-wear collection, featuring much fishnet-based flesh-and-flash.
  • Now she's just the trailer-park trash they said she was.

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