beach buggy


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beach buggy

beach buggy

n
(Automotive Engineering) a low car, often open and with balloon tyres, for driving on sand. Also called: dune buggy

dune′ bug`gy


n.
a small, lightweight, open automotive vehicle equipped with oversize, low-pressure tires for traveling along sand beaches, over dunes, etc.
[1955–60]

beach buggy

dune buggy
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.beach buggy - a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunesbeach buggy - a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunes
R.V., recreational vehicle, RV - a motorized wheeled vehicle used for camping or other recreational activities
Translations

beach buggy

ndune buggy f inv
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Brown served as president of the Clinton Carpenters' Local 858 for 13 years, and was a member of the Sterling Eight-Point Sportsman Club, and the Massachusetts Beach Buggy Association.
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