go-cart

go-cart

[goh-kahrt]
noun
1.
a small carriage for young children to ride in; stroller.
2.
a small framework with casters, wheels, etc., in which children learn to walk; walker.
3.
a handcart.
4.
5.
Northeastern U.S. (formerly) a small horse-drawn cart.

Origin:
1680–90

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go-cart
 
n
1.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) a small wagon for young children to ride in or pull
2.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) Brit word: baby-walker a light frame on casters or wheels that supports a baby learning to walk
3.  motor racing See kart
4.  another word for handcart

go-kart or go-cart
 
n
See kart
 
go-cart or go-cart
 
n

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go-cart
1676, originally "a litter, sedan chair;" also "an infant's walker" (1689), from go + cart. The modern form go-kart (1959) was coined in reference to a kind of miniature racing car with a frame body and a two-stoke engine.
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