1. (adj.) shortened version of trailer trash to describe their social and economic standing. used to describe poor uncultured white people/rednecks that live in trailer homes because their dad is a drunk loser or their mom is a single slut parent working either collecting welfare or working at a check cashing store. trailer people are known for eating macaroni and cheese with weenies and cheap light beer for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. popularized by 8-mile the movie, and My Name is Earl tv show. Trailer is related to ghetto but one is white the other black, but both distinctly low-class.
Dude, did you see that white bitch with the braids and slippers? Ya dude, she is fuckin trailer, fuck her skanky redneck ass, lets just get drunk and do some donuts at walmart. A'ight Jim-Bob, fuck it then.
by BlaznFattyz December 30, 2005
1. Where whitetrash or thugs often live.

2. Something you see flying past you in a tornado.
I absolutely do not want to live in a trailer--my home actually has a foundation without wheels.
by krock1dk@yahoo.com May 9, 2008
a magnet for tornados
The G5 tornado tore through the trailer park, leaving 10,000 Nolanvillers homeless.
by pun tang October 17, 2003
adjective. something that is run down or trashy. similar to ghetto.
Did you see the inside of that bar?
Yeah, it was so trailer.
by mullet January 30, 2003
A form of house that people live in due to its lack of flammability.
Person: "Hey Bubba, is that your house burning down?"
Bubba: "Nope, my trailer is made of metal and we all know that metal is not flammable."
by William Stephens May 15, 2006
When you have to fabricate paperwork in order to make something qualify or meet a standard. The manufactured housing industry suffered demise due to dealerships fabrication financial documentation to appease lenders.
Is this divorce decree on the up and up or is it trailer?

You can't get a real doctors note to return to worker? Trailer it!
by Daggarious February 5, 2012
A portable house that can be dragged by an ordinary truck. Mostly owned by poor white Americans. The buildings are cheap to manufacture, easy to set up, and so flimsy that winds greater than 30 miles per hour can easily topple them over. Trailers are easiest to spot in the southern United States and the American plainlands, particularly in the rural areas.

Common terms for trailers: Single-wide, Double wide, Triple wide(?)
I live in a very spacious double wide trailer by the creek. I had to buy that since the tornado took away my last one.
by AYB February 17, 2003