Found 3 items, similar to Cars.
English → Indonesian
gerobak, kereta, mobil
English → English
n 1: 4-wheeled motor vehicle; usually propelled by an internal
combustion engine; “he needs a car to get to work”
2: a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; “three
cars had jumped the rails”
, railway car
3: a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway;
“they took a cable car to the top of the mountain”
[syn: cable car
4: car suspended from an airship and carrying personnel and
cargo and power plant [syn: gondola
5: where passengers ride up and down; “the car was on the top
[syn: elevator car
English → English
, n. [OF. car, char, F. cahr, fr. L. carrus, Wagon: a
Celtic word; cf. W. car, Armor. karr, Ir. & Gael. carr. cf.
1. A small vehicle moved on wheels; usually, one having but
two wheels and drawn by one horse; a cart.
2. A vehicle adapted to the rails of a railroad. [U. S.]
Note: In England a railroad passenger car is called a railway
carriage; a freight car a goods wagon; a platform car a
goods truck; a baggage car a van. But styles of car
introduced into England from America are called cars;
as, tram car. Pullman car. See Train
3. A chariot of war or of triumph; a vehicle of splendor,
dignity, or solemnity. [Poetic].
The gilded car of day. --Milton.
The towering car, the sable steeds. --Tennyson.
4. (Astron.) The stars also called Charles's Wain, the Great
Bear, or the Dipper.
The Pleiads, Hyads, and the Northern Car. --Dryden.
5. The cage of a lift or elevator.
6. The basket, box, or cage suspended from a balloon to
contain passengers, ballast, etc.
7. A floating perforated box for living fish. [U. S.]
, or Car coupler
, a shackle or other device
for connecting the cars in a railway train. [U. S.]
(Railroad), a car containing its own steam power
(Railrood), a car for the transportation of
merchandise or other goods. [U. S.]
(Railroad), a small car propelled by hand, used by
railroad laborers, etc. [U. S.]
, or Street car
, an omnibus car, draw by horses
or other power upon rails laid in the streets. [U. S.]
, Drawing-room car
, Sleeping car
, Parlor car
, etc. (Railroad), cars especially designed and furnished
for the comfort of travelers.
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