Boot - British - American - Trunk, the part at the back for luggage.British/Australian bootin America it's just a trunk
Boot is the trunk, us Americans call the boot the trunk.. most foreign countries call it the boot. For future reference: US Other Trunk = Boot Hood = Bonnet Roof = Hood Engine = Lump and Im sure theres much more
boot (as in the trunk of a car)
In British-speak it is the trunk.
A "Bonnet" is the British equivalent of a "hood". There are several differences between American and British automotive terms. Other translations include "boot" which we Americans call a "trunk", "propshaft" which we call "drive shaft", "drive shaft" which we call "axle", and "spanner" which we call a "wrench"
Bonnet is another word for hood and boot is another word for trunk, this is commonly used in Europe and many other countries around the world.
in British English the "boot" is equivalent to the American word for the trunk.
On a car, the rear compartment is called the "boot".
# The trunk of a vehicle# The boot, the sack, the bullet. 'He got the boot' = He was fired.
A boot is a boot in UK and a trunk in US!
This can go two ways as the question is asked.The American word boot refers specifically to an article of footwear. A boot is a high, heavy shoe, typically ending above the ankle.The translation of the British word boot into American is automobile trunk.
The boot is the trunk space, therefore in the back.
The boot of a car is known as the trunk in North America, the bonnet of a car is known as the hood in North America and the bumper is known as the fender. There are a few other confusing things for British and Australian drivers when they come over to N. America one important one is that the road is calle the pavement so it is most important to know that. The pavement in N. America is known as the side walk.
The engine is rear mounted and the boot is at the front on the older classic Beetles. The New Beetles have the engine in the front and the boot (trunk) in the back.
Either under the bonnet OR in the boot ;)
Trunk lid in Limey Land.
it uses petrol or diesel and it moves on four tyres and that is all apart from 4 doors and a boot and bonnet or maybe 2 doors and a boot and a bonnetcome in different colours have four wheels helps to move you around
boot is the trunk, the big hole with a lid on that keeps the back wheels apart.
The battery in in the trunk (boot).
Trunk or boot.