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go-kart

[goh-kahrt] /ˈgoʊˌkɑrt/
noun
1.
kart.
Origin
1955-1960
1955-60
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Examples from the web for go-kart
  • What you want is this amazing go-kart in a suitcase.
  • Cadillac, which has sponsored a celebrity go-kart race the past six years, also shuttered its event.
  • Other attractions include a paintball course, bumper boats and go-kart racing.
  • The adventure park also offers miniature golf and a go-kart raceway.
  • Visitors of all ages can race around the go-kart track, climb a rock wall or hone their skills at the arcade.
  • Other attractions include mini bowling lanes, a laser tag arena, bumper cars and an indoor go-kart track.
  • Recreation includes a go-kart track, a miniature golf course and a hot tub.
  • The campsite has a children's playground, a go-kart track, game room and an area where guests can pan for gemstones.
British Dictionary definitions for go-kart

go-kart

noun
1.
See kart
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