track-laying vehicle

track-laying vehicle

[′trak ‚lā·iŋ ‚vē·ə·kəl]
(ordnance)
Vehicle which travels upon two endless tracks, one on each side of the machine; it has high mobility and can maneuver, is usually armed and frequently armored, and is intended for tactical use; tanks are one type of track-laying vehicle.
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Research in the soil bins by Bell lab engineers and staff established the basic design information for a track-laying vehicle and "plows" to bury communication cables in the ocean floor.
It's the latest model of the Army's versatile track-laying vehicle known as the Weasel .
Even if it is treacherous on the roads, it's common knowledge that every Ipswich fan owns a track-laying vehicle, so they will have no fears about making the trip from Suffolk to the East Midlands in complete safety.
The residents of East Street in Lindley are lucky to be having the road resurfaced before the moment when, as in Leymoor Road, we will soon need track-laying vehicles rather than cars.