britzka


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Related to britzka: troika, muzhiks

britzka

(ˈbrɪtskə) or

britska

n
(Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a long horse-drawn carriage with a folding top over the rear seat and a rear-facing front seat
[C19: from German, variant of Britschka, from Polish bryczka a little cart, from bryka cart]
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"Well, Viscount, there will be in my court-yard this evening a good travelling britzka, with four post-horses, in which one may rest as in a bed.
Part 1: horse-drawn vehicles - training marathon - 1 piece - carriage with a hut - 1 piece - britzka - 1 piece.
The britzka has an iron construction and it is designed for riding on mountain routes.
Cattle-pens follow, holding sheep, swine, donkeys, and poultry; then came an open platform with a broken britzka, followed by a curious-looking nondescript one horse vehicle, containing a fat man in a low-crowned hat, and a versatio or reversible coat, with the preferable side outwards.
drove a rather handsome, smallish spring britzka, which is the sort driven by bachelors: retired lieutenant colonels, staff captains, all those who are known as gentlemen of the middling sort.
You held the reins and we were riding, you and me, in a one-horse britzka, for a visit to the big village by the forest.
Just now a young gentleman drove in, swung his britzka and pair round the courtyard, backed up to the veranda door, and jumped out.
part 2 horse-drawn vehicles - training marathon - 1 piece - wagon with a stall - 1 piece - britzka - 1 piece.