three-wheeler


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three-wheel·er

(thrē′wē′lər, -hwē′-)
n.
A vehicle having three wheels, especially a three-wheeled all-terrain vehicle.

three-wheeler

n
(Automotive Engineering) a light car that has three wheels

three′-wheel′er



n.
a vehicle equipped with three wheels, as a tricycle, a motorcycle with a sidecar, or some early-model cars.
[1885–90]
Translations

three-wheeler

[ˈθriːˈwiːləʳ] N (= car) → coche m de tres ruedas; (= tricycle) → triciclo m

three-wheeler

[ˌθriːˈwiːləʳ] n (car) → veicolo a tre ruote; (tricycle) → triciclo
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