van in a sentence

van meaning:

n.) A small truck, either covered or open used by tradesmen and others fore the transportation of goods.

van sentence:

He drives a metallic red van.

The car collided head-on with the van.

This isn’t a suitable place to unload the van.

Police were called in to check out a suspect van.

She was shot during an armed raid on a security van.

They were driven away in a police van.

We transport only 4 pets per van.

These vans were intended for freight service.

The van was later found burned out.

The police hustled the thief out of the house and into their van.

I sublet my apartment to my sister, packed my van, and headed west.

We arrived at our takeout point around 7.30 and the van was waiting.

They waited until the coast was clear before loading the stolen goods into the van.

After high school, we bought a camper van and travelled cross-country for two months.

I shall pop out for an hour this afternoon, to fetch the van and pick up some things.

Nine cars and a van collided, spilling wreckage across all three lanes of the motorway.

The van was capacious and he decided to fill up the space with a couple of sacks of fuel.

The two vans collided at the crossroads.

Police vans drove slowly to and fro, ready to pounce on their prey.