Definition of 'vehicle'
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We’re seeing autonomous vehicles and robotic vehicles being used out there. Smithsonian Mag (2017)The demand will be driven by increasing use of electric vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Car makers are at odds over how far the electric car revolution will go and what should power the vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Up to one vehicle in 14 drives through red crosses on motorways. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Troops continue to use vehicles that were first produced in the 1960s. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Moving over for 999 vehicles and letting cars out of side streets are acts people feel will go. The Sun (2016)In one vehicle, an attempt had been made to conceal the puppies behind bales of wood shavings. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Users in the game perform tasks to gain virtual currency, which is exchanged for new cars and vehicle makeovers. Computing (2010)So take a deep breath, leave a safe distance between your vehicle and the car in front and drive at a safe speed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yet braking before corners is imperative and controlling your vehicle requires perfect technique. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Troops in tracked vehicles were used to ferry emergency supplies and engineers to fix power supplies. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You might have an electric vehicle powered by clean energy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Movements of people and vehicles are being tracked. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Students are also looking at vehicles other than cars. Times, Sunday Times (2008)If you had a little toy car it drives underneath one of their vehicles or something. Times, Sunday Times (2013)In the summer they can be adapted to use as gardening vehicles or refuse trucks. Times, Sunday Times (2009)These people have been ramming buses into our vehicles. BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)This will also require bigger vehicles to carry all the extra groceries. The Sun (2013)They are often placed in crowded vehicles or boats for long periods of time. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There will also be three military vehicles on display. The Sun (2015)Now they have the perfect vehicle for them to put their money where their mouth is. The Sun (2009)They used the same vehicle to return home at the end of the day. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They can be used in pure form or blended with conventional petrol or diesel to power vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Most large car manufacturers offer loans to people buying new vehicles. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They spent their time running backwards and forwards around the vehicles and buildings carrying wounded victims to shelter. Broken Lives (1993)Treat the traffic like a zip - let one vehicle from the other lane go ahead of you. Times, Sunday Times (2006)When will the recent fashion for multiple flashing yellow LED hazard lights on trucks and utility vehicles be banned? Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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Translations for 'vehicle'
British English: vehicle /ˈviːɪkl/ NOUN
A vehicle is a machine with an engine, for example a car, that carries people or things from place to place.
There are too many vehicles on the road.
- American English: vehicle
- Arabic: سَيَّارَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: veículo
- Chinese: 车辆
- Croatian: vozilo
- Czech: vozidlo
- Danish: køretøj
- Dutch: voertuig
- European Spanish: vehículo
- Finnish: ajoneuvo
- French: véhicule
- German: Fahrzeug
- Greek: όχημα
- Italian: veicolo
- Japanese: 乗り物
- Korean: 차량
- Norwegian: kjøretøy
- Polish: pojazd
- European Portuguese: veículo
- Romanian: vehicul
- Russian: транспортное средство
- Spanish: vehículo
- Swedish: fordon
- Thai: ยานพาหนะ
- Turkish: araç otomobil
- Ukrainian: транспортний засіб
- Vietnamese: xe cộ
Definition of vehicle from the Collins English Dictionary
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