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kart

 (kärt)
n.
A miniature car used in racing. Also called go-cart.

[Probably from GoKart, a trademark.]

kart′ing n.

kart

(kɑːt)
n
(Motor Racing) a light low-framed vehicle with small wheels and engine used for recreational racing. Also called: go-cart or go-kart

kart

(kɑrt)

n.
a small, light, low-slung four-wheeled vehicle, powered by a gasoline engine.
[1955–60, Amer.; sp. variant of cart]
Translations

kart

[kɑːt]
A. Nkart m
B. VIhacer kárting
to go kartingir a hacer kárting

kart

[ˈkɑːrt] nkart m

kart

nGokart m

kart

[kɑːt]
1. ngo-kart m inv
2. vi to go kartingandare in go-kart
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Kenney's kart will carry the SONAbeam logo to his races this year that will include the Stars of Karting JICA (Intercontinental A Junior) series.
Long's paternal grandfather watched races at the Los Angeles Coliseum and encouraged two sons, John and Pat, to enjoy Go Karts.
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