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n. pl. bug·gies
1. A small, light, one-horse carriage usually having four wheels in the United States and two wheels in Great Britain.
2. A baby carriage.
3. A passenger or recreational vehicle, usually with oversized tires, designed for off-road use.
4. Informal An automobile.
5. Chiefly Southern US A shopping cart, especially for groceries.
adj. bug·gi·er, bug·gi·est
1. Infested with bugs.
2. Computers Having many software bugs: a buggy program.
3. Slang Crazy.
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n, pl -gies
1. (Horse Training, Riding & Manège) a light horse-drawn carriage having either four wheels (esp in the US and Canada) or two wheels (esp in Britain and India)
2. (Automotive Engineering) short for beach buggy
4. (Automotive Engineering) a small motorized vehicle designed for a particular purpose: a golf buggy; a moon buggy.
[C18: of unknown origin]
adj, -gier or -giest
1. infested with bugs
2. slang US insane
3. (Computer Science) informal (of a system or machine, esp a computer program) containing errors or faults
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n., pl. -gies.
1. a light, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage with a single seat and a transverse spring.
3. Older Use. an automobile, esp. a dilapidated one.
adj. -gi•er, -gi•est.
1. infested with bugs.
2. Slang. crazy; insane.
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A light four-wheeled conveyance intended for personal transportation. It was an American invention that was designed specifically to provide a fast, soft ride. The soft ride was accomplished by means of a light frame and ellipse-shaped springs mounted between the axles and the frame and oriented parallel with the axles. Buggies were generally pulled by one horse, had only one bench-like seat, and had a waterproof top that was usually made of leather. They were more comfortable for traveling than by horseback and were preferred by ladies, the elderly, and families with small children. Doctors, who often were called out in inclement weather, also favored them. Buggies did, however, have the disadvantage of requiring smoother ground to travel over than that required by a horse and rider.
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|Noun||1.||buggy - a small lightweight carriage; drawn by a single horse|
|Adj.||1.||buggy - informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband balmy"|
bats, batty, bonkers, crackers, daft, dotty, haywire, kookie, kooky, loco, loony, around the bend, balmy, nuts, round the bend, wacky, whacky, nutty, barmy, loopy, fruity, cracked
insane - afflicted with or characteristic of mental derangement; "was declared insane"; "insane laughter"
|2.||buggy - infested with bugs|
dirty, soiled, unclean - soiled or likely to soil with dirt or grime; "dirty unswept sidewalks"; "a child in dirty overalls"; "dirty slums"; "piles of dirty dishes"; "put his dirty feet on the clean sheet"; "wore an unclean shirt"; "mining is a dirty job"; "Cinderella did the dirty work while her sisters preened themselves"
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Slang. Afflicted with or exhibiting irrationality and mental unsoundness:
brainsick, crazy, daft, demented, disordered, distraught, dotty, insane, lunatic, mad, maniac, maniacal, mentally ill, moonstruck, off, touched, unbalanced, unsound, wrong.
Chiefly British: crackers.
Law: non compos mentis.
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عَرَبَة أَطُفالعَرَبَةُ الحِصان
nelieli, viegli rati
xe đẩy trẻ em
1. (also baby buggy) (Brit) (= pushchair) → sillita f de paseo (US) (= pram) → cochecito m (de niño)
2. (horse-drawn) → calesa f
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buggy[ˈbʌgɪ] n (also baby buggy) → passeggino; (cart, two-wheeled) → calesse m; (four-wheeled) → baghero
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
buggy(ˈbagi) – plural ˈbuggies – noun
a light, open, one-horse vehicle. bokkie, oop karretjie عَرَبَةُ الحِصان кабриолет charrete bryčka leichter Wagen kærre μόνιππο αμάξι calesa ühehobusevanker کالسکه یک اسبه rattaat boghei עֶגלַת תִּינוֹק घोड़ागाड़ी laka kočija na dva kotača homokfutó kereta satu kuda beroda empat calesse 軽装四輪車 말 한 필이 끄는 경마차 vežimėlis nelieli, viegli rati kereta kuda buggykarjol, hestevogn powozik ټانګه،ګاډی charrete trăsură cu un cal кабриолет brička lahka kočija jednopreg enspann รถม้าขนาดเล็กไม่มีหลังคาและประตู payton (單馬拉的)輕型馬車 кабріолет چھوٹی کھلی گھوڑا گاڑی xe độc mã 轻便马车
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary © 2006-2013 K Dictionaries Ltd.
buggy→ عَرَبَة أَطُفال kočárek klapvogn Buggy τετράτροχο μόνιππο carrito, sillita de paseo rattaat poussette dječja kolica passeggino 一頭立て軽装馬車 경마차 buggy paraplytrille wózek carrinho de bebé, carrinho de bebê детская коляска barnvagn รถเล็กไม่มีประตู puset xe đẩy trẻ em 婴儿车
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