trike

[trahyk]
noun Informal.

Origin:
by shortening and alteration; see bike1

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trike (traɪk)
 
n
1.  short for tricycle
2.  short for trichloroethylene
3.  a microlight aircraft with three fixed wheels for landing and take-off

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
trike
tricycle
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Example sentences
Then, confident that the surface is solid, he cuts the throttle and plants the trike firmly on the ground.
We'll cover pilot and aircraft requirements and also discuss issues affecting the airworthiness of your trike.
It may be one of my biases, but movies about royal personages, usually trike me as being essentially comic.
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