micro-scooter

micro-scooter

n
(Automotive Engineering) a foldable lightweight aluminium foot-propelled scooter, used by both adults and children
Translations

micro-scooter

[ˈmaɪkrəʊˌskuːtəʳ] Npatinete m
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The heartbroken family of a teenager who died when his foldable micro-scooter was involved in a crash have paid an emotional tribute to him.
The micro-scooter is brilliant - it's encouraging Albie to be independent in a way that's probably really important for his development, and it brings him pure delight.
Bergkamp was this morning spotted in Islington on his micro-scooter!
The micro-scooter's popularity has soared, numbering among its fans David Beckham, Jamie Oliver and Sarah Jessica Parker's kids.
During a holiday to Majorca one year my wife, on seeing one of the locals on a micro-scooter, joked that if I could design something similar for snow she would join me on the slopes.
YOUNGSTERS who would rather have some fresh air may choose a micro-scooter as their preferred mode of transport.
"Last year, the micro-scooter became our top- selling toy and this is going to be the next big thing.
Some of the UK's most skilful skateboarders, BMX riders and micro-scooter riders rolled into Birmingham this weekend for the launch of a new StarCity extreme sports attraction.
Moving inexorably up the hit parade of pain a renew black spots of calamity,like polished woods and micro-scooters. Well, if that's the case I certainly won't be driving my micro-scooter over my new polished wood (or, shamingly, my ``woodstyle'') floors.
Dave, 33, was stopped after police saw him weave across a road on his motorised micro-scooter after leaving a pub.
NINE-year-old Arron Jennings became the first child in the country to die in a micro-scooter accident.
The hype of the micro-scooter seems to be encouraging couch potatoes to get some fresh air, but they come with their own set of problems.