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[ped-i-kab] /ˈpɛd ɪˌkæb/
noun
1.
(especially in Southeast Asia) a three-wheeled public conveyance operated by pedals, typically one having a hooded cab for two passengers mounted behind the driver.
Also called trishaw.
Origin of pedicab
1945-1950
1945-50; pedi- + cab1
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  • Hire a pedicab to pedal you around the neighborhood's attractions.
  • Li spent the past two months sneaking a pedicab into the city and, for the first time, competing with city dwellers for customers.
  • The new charges include a penalty for leaving a pedicab unattended and one for failure to comply with pedicab restrictions.
British Dictionary definitions for pedicab

pedicab

/ˈpɛdɪˌkæb/
noun
1.
a pedal-operated tricycle, available for hire, with an attached seat for one or two passengers
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