Idiom: Built like a Mack Truck

Idiom Definitions for 'Built like a Mack Truck'


This is a common phrase used in the US among its citizens to refer to something that is rugged and solidly built that will provide years of reliable service. It can be a reference to a person, building, piece of furniture, a structure, etc.

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