a small passenger
, somewhat larger than a station wagon, typically with side or rear windows and rear seats that can be removed for hauling small loads.
a small van, esp one with seats in the back for carrying passengers
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Foursomes can rent a quadricycle-the bike equivalent of a minivan-for extra pedal power around the promenade.
Then he took me for a ride along the border in an official minivan.
Reaching out from the center of these behemoths are long booms with clawed buckets, each one big enough to swallow a minivan.
The boxes that holds the avocados are hoarded because experience has taught that they fit best in her minivan's cargo bay.
One of my favorite scenes is the one where the housewife comes flying out of the minivan.
When he got outside, his father angrily whisked him into the family minivan.
How, the next day, she gathered the children in the minivan and sped off.
Everyone knows the minivan is the hottest car on the road right now.
Whatever vehicle gets the nod, it will be a minivan with loads of head room, big windows and lots of space.
Reports of minivan moms and mouthy grandmothers getting jolts from the devices still make headlines.
They lost the house to foreclosure and the minivan to repossession.
So you could in theory drive a sports car on the weekends and change it into a minivan to haul the kids to school.
The minivan had pulled away from the officer, causing the officer to lose sight of it.
The minivan was later found abandoned and was impounded by the police.
One of them, a minivan, was fully engulfed in flames.