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|English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: truck|
|I need it for the U.S.& mostly for|
I only remember hearing troca in Mexico
Troca, indeed for the north of Mexico and Latinos in the US.
If you want to use a more formal language, use "camioneta".
Own experience, from the border Mexico-US.
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camión o camioneta
depends where in Mexico, camión is more commonly used in central and south of Mexico, while camioneta por pickup in the north.
Hope that helps!