Definition of 'hatchback'
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Or instead of another hot hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In fact it was a game-changer; the most endearing and brilliant hot hatchback the world had seen. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Popular family hatchbacks are also hitting higher prices. The Sun (2009)They claim this preliminary figure is well below that of its similarly powered small premium hatchback rivals. The Sun (2010)Definitely not cheap but you are getting a very big hatchback with executive saloon car equipment. The Sun (2011)It is a family hatchback with no real weakness and a whole lot of virtues. The Sun (2011)The boss has a small grey battered hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You pay a comparatively heavy price in terms of fuel economy and driving style compared with a saloon car or hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When the police came they loaded a silver hatchback car from outside the flat on to a lorry and drove it away. The Sun (2008)Now the firm have given it a facelift to combat a host of new arrivals in the fiercely competitive family hatchback sector. The Sun (2006)There's a tendency today to make hot hatchbacks extremely fast and large and gaudy. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The new three-door hatchback has the looks to beat its rivals from just about any angle. The Sun (2013)Is there a supermini or five-door hatchback that has this option? Times, Sunday Times (2008)But it's more than just a hot hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To make a hot hatchback appeal these days, it must have more power than all its rivals. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A little family hatchback with performance and handling superior to many sports cars? Times, Sunday Times (2007)She led officers to her parked hatchback car nearby - and they reeled in horror when they opened its boot. The Sun (2010)It has all the qualities I look for in a hot hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Stand any new hatchback next to one of those cars and it's going to look like a boiled sweet on the ground beneath a statue. Times, Sunday Times (2015)From launch, buyers had a choice of hatchback or saloon, with the same price tag. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Inside, the five-door hatchback feels more grown up. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It will be followed at the end of the year by a new 149 hatchback that should also be priced right for the current economic times. The Sun (2008)And that's not bad for a spacious five-door hatchback. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The 17-year-old suffered multiple injuries after being hit by a dark hatchback car just before 1am. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The overall result is one of the more distinctive family cars, and the 3 looks equally good as a hatchback or saloon. The Sun (2006)
Trends of 'hatchback'
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Translations for 'hatchback'
British English: hatchback /ˈhætʃˌbæk/ NOUN
A hatchback is a car with an extra door at the back which opens upwards.
- American English: hatchback
- Arabic: سَيَّارَةٌ بِبَابٍ خَلْفِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: hatchback tipo de carro
- Chinese: 掀背车
- Croatian: vozilo s pet vrata
- Czech: hatchback auto
- Danish: hatchback
- Dutch: vijfdeursauto
- European Spanish: coche con maletero trasero
- Finnish: viistoperäinen henkilöauto
- French: hayon
- German: Hecktürmodell
- Greek: αυτοκίνητο χάτσμπακ
- Italian: autovettura a 3/5 porte
- Japanese: ハッチバック
- Korean: 해치백
- Norwegian: stasjonsvogn
- Polish: tylne drzwi
- European Portuguese: carrinha com porta traseira tipo de carro
- Romanian: vehicul cu două volume
- Russian: автомобиль с открывающейся вверх задней дверью
- Spanish: coche con maletero trasero
- Swedish: halvkombi
- Thai: รถยนต์ที่มีประตูหลัง
- Turkish: hatchback
- Ukrainian: хетчбек
- Vietnamese: ô tô năm cửa
Definition of hatchback from the Collins English Dictionary
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