Definition of 'buggy'
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Expect wacky races across the desert in souped-up beach buggies. Times, Sunday Times (2016)At one point there are six in our orbit, scratching and sniffing like pups at our buggy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is beyond grotesque that a group of men who could easily fit in a single golf buggy own more than the poorer half of humanity. Times, Sunday Times (2017) Push buggy in hall, for 20 minutes. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Don’t be surprised if you see horse-drawn buggies pulling through Oakland during your trip. Smithsonian Mag (2017)THE Halfords boss jailed in his absence for drinkdriving in a golf buggy will serve the 14-day term. The Sun (2016)I did a bit of running up and down the dunes, then we raced around in dune buggies, which was so much fun. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Talking about a computer was like launching a space ship from a horse and buggy. Christianity Today (2000)Other vehicles likely to be affected are mobility scooters and golf buggies. The Sun (2015)They did not drive the buggy on the motorway. The Sun (2010)Airport golf buggies beep when they move. Times, Sunday Times (2008)She also showed me how to drive our golf buggy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This game is all about varying the speed at which you push the buggy. Times, Sunday Times (2007)In beach buggy land, that means the business is on fire. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We then met some men in military uniforms who had dune buggies and decided they wanted to race us across the sand hills. The Sun (2012)Most of the 1,000 parents questioned said they had only experienced one buggy rage incident. The Sun (2011)And they are prepared to go to prison rather than display the warning signs on their horse-drawn buggies. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I keep an electric buggy in the garage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I have become increasingly concerned about electric disability buggies being used on the public highway. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They certainly don't have 53 moon buggies touring around at one time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We loved our 4x4 beach buggy tour over the wild, west coast. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'buggy'
British English: buggy /ˈbʌɡɪ/ NOUN
A buggy is a small folding seat with wheels, which a young child can sit in and which can be pushed around.
- American English: stroller
- Arabic: عَرَبَة أَطُفال
- Brazilian Portuguese: carrinho de bebê
- Chinese: 婴儿车
- Croatian: dječja kolica
- Czech: kočárek
- Danish: klapvogn
- Dutch: buggy
- European Spanish: sillita de paseo
- Finnish: rattaat lapsen
- French: poussette
- German: Buggy
- Greek: τετράτροχο μόνιππο
- Italian: passeggino
- Japanese: 一頭立て軽装馬車
- Korean: 경마차
- Norwegian: paraplytrille
- Polish: wózek
- European Portuguese: carrinho de bebé
- Romanian: cărucior
- Russian: детская коляска
- Spanish: carrito
- Swedish: barnvagn
- Thai: รถเล็กไม่มีประตู
- Turkish: puset
- Ukrainian: легка дитяча коляска
- Vietnamese: xe đẩy trẻ em
Definition of buggy from the Collins English Dictionary
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