kart

[kahrt]
noun
a small, light, low-slung, four-wheeled vehicle, usually powered by a gasoline engine, capable of speeds up to 60 miles per hour (96 km/h), and used for racing or recreation.
Also called go-cart, go-kart.


Origin:
1955–60, Americanism; spelling variant of cart

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kart (kɑːt)
 
n
go-cart, Also called: go-kart a light low-framed vehicle with small wheels and engine used for recreational racing

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