The main woody stem of a tree as distinct from its branches and roots
the trunk of a cedar tree
An enclosed shaft or conduit for ventilation; an air duct.
The luggage compartment of a motor car; = trunk.
(In the North Island) between Wellington and Auckland.
The main stem of a nerve
The main woody stem of a tree, from which its branches grow
A long-distance telephone call made within the same country
A main line of a railway, telephone system, or other network
An important main road used for long-distance travel
A sales event for showing merchandise to staff or select customers
A sturdy trunk designed or intended for use on board a steamship
A trunk fitted with rails and shelves for use as a travelling wardrobe
The automatic connection of trunk calls by dialling without the assistance of an operator
Shorts worn by men for swimming