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- adj. Having four wheels
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having four wheels.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having or running on four wheels.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to vehicles with four wheels
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He also reports that cleanup crews in four-wheeled vehicles were patrolling the beaches near the marsh filled coast spraying a substance on the beach.
Following in the tire tracks of the successful bicycle-sharing scheme, Vélib', the four-wheeled version, Autolib', will offer locals and visitors the chance to hire planet-friendly electric cars at reasonable rates on a short-term basis.
NEW DELHI -- India's Bajaj Auto Ltd. unveiled its first four-wheeled vehicle, making a foray into the wider market from its comfort zone of two and three-wheeled vehicles.
Pune-based Bajaj said in March it will introduce a four-wheeled vehicle based on a low-cost platform next year, but didn't clarify whether it will be a passenger car.
In the style of the times, whenever Rafaela went to church, she insisted on being taken in her four-wheeled carriage (calash) rather than walking!
But the company is considering resuming operations at its Ogawa, Tochigi and Hamamatsu plants, which make parts for four-wheeled vehicles sometime this week, depending on the status of parts procurement, the Honda spokeswoman said.
It is the four-wheeled equivalent of that big bronze right arm and fist suspended from a pyramidal support in the heart of this hard-knock city's downtown - a tribute to Detroit's Joe Louis, the late, great boxing champion.
Because of the poor terrain, four-wheeled drives are essential.
Suzuki Motor Corp. last month said it will spend $780 million to almost double its capacity in Indonesia to 150,000 four-wheeled vehicles a year.
This summer sees the cinematic return of Lighting McQueen and his four-wheeled friends as Pixar rolls out its much-anticipated at least by junior petrol heads Cars sequel.
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