Dodgem

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Dodgem

(ˈdɒdʒəm)
n
trademark another name for bumper car
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dodgem - a small low-powered electrically powered vehicle driven on a special platform where there are many others to be dodgedDodgem - a small low-powered electrically powered vehicle driven on a special platform where there are many others to be dodged
vehicle - a conveyance that transports people or objects
Translations

dodgem

[ˈdɒdʒəm] N (Brit) (also dodgem car) → coche m de choque
the dodgemslos coches de choque

dodgem

n(Auto)skooter m; did you go on the dodgems?bist du (Auto)skooter gefahren?
References in periodicals archive ?
Like when I went on the dodgem cars at the fair ground and was nearly sick?
This is dodgem cars on your Mega Drive, and is the kind of game that will never get old.
There was a large marquee, sideshows, Dodgem cars, young folk `walking tall' and plenty of food and drink.
Alternatively, she could try putting some food in her stomach once in a while, to form a barrier and stop her internal organs careering about like dodgem cars.
There were bucking horses to ride, dodgem cars to drive, and the traditional fairground fayre of burgers, fries, toffee apples and candy floss to tuck into.
I'm not talking about that pervy film of the same name a few years ago that saw weirdos humping dodgem cars.
Rides would include waltzers, speedways, shuggy boat rides, dodgem cars and helter skelters, and there were also numerous side shows and food stalls selling the now-traditional candy floss, toffee apples and chips.
Carla Browne, 16, said: "I saw her laughing and joking on the dodgem cars only a couple of hours before she was dead.
The children headed first for Roger the Dodger's dodgem cars.
Gleefully, they steered their 20-ton hired boats into each other as though they were dodgem cars, and regarded conventions about driving on the right as outmoded restrictions on their free and anarchic spirits.