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hitch

to fasten by a knot, usually used to describe tying a horse to a post.
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A boat trailer got separated from a car to which it was hitched and overturned after the tunnel near the Galadari signal on Ittihad Road in the direction of Dubai, causing a heavy traffic jam for hours since 5pm on Thursday.
GCVWR (Gross Combination Vehicle Weight Rating)--The combined weight of the loaded trailer and vehicle when hitched together--often less than the truck's GVWR added to the trailer's GTWR.
More than three in five said they had never hitched, including 75% of females, 93% of 18-24 year olds and 88% of 25-34 year olds.
A new product allows a trailer to be hitched to the tow vehicle using a handheld controller.
One couple even hitched a ride in a Gazette car, so when we said it went without a hitch that was not strictly true
I hitched a lot in my youth and never had any problems, so I thought, why not?
Children ages 711 will love "Davy Crockett Gets Hitched and will be inspired to read other books in the genre and in the series.