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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Daisy, who was confined to a wheelchair but now uses either a special needs buggy or one-handed micro-scooter to get around, was left on life support at Liverpool's Alder Hey Children's Hospital following the operation on her arteries.
We were fortunate to have recognized the market potential of the micro-scooter very early in the cycle.
Head to the Algarve next month where Martinhal Beach Resort & Hotel is dedicating the entire month to micro-scooter fitness classes, treasure hunts and obstacle courses.
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.
Preston said: "Look, now you've got politicians talking about Arctic Monkeys and David Cameron is saying he likes The Killers, that he's got them on his iPod, or he downloaded them from his MySpace while playing a Tamagotchi on a micro-scooter.
NINE-year-old Arron Jennings became the first child in the country to die in a micro-scooter accident.
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.
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.
FATBOY Slim, 40, may be a father but he still rides a micro-scooter along Brighton seafront, while Fender Strat-strumming Tony Blair rolled back his 50 years to wear a youthful maroon suit on a trip to India last year.
Last year, the micro-scooter became our top- selling toy and this is going to be the next big thing.
The weird and wacky items currently held for safekeeping also include a micro-scooter, a pushchair, a copy of the Koran, a fridge, a meat thermometer and a pair of crutches.