from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A small wagon for children to ride in, drive, or pull.
- n. See kart.
- n. A small frame on casters designed to help support a child learning to walk.
- n. A handcart.
- n. A stroller.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A small, open-wheeled vehicle for racing.
- n. A framework moving on casters, designed to support children as they learn to walk.
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She had given him permission to take the old wheelchair apart, and he had made something that he had called his go-cart.
You can't send her go-cart racing, or throw her into a tennis match.
He considered telling his mother what he'd seen earlier that day, that he'd seen Keevus, but that would entail telling her about how he'd converted his go-cart to a flyer and about Madame Mavis and ...
Synopsis: In a modern secondary world torn by war, Dobry spends his afternoons puttering about the sky in his magical go-cart.
* (YURI KAGEYAMA, AP/HUFFINGTON POST) YOKOHAMA, Japan -- Nissan showed a two-seater electric vehicle resembling a go-cart Monday that isn't ready for ...
* (YURI KAGEYAMA, AP/HUFFINGTON POST) YOKOHAMA, Japan -- Nissan showed a two-seater electric vehicle resembling a go-cart Monday that isn
(YURI KAGEYAMA, AP/HUFFINGTON POST) YOKOHAMA, Japan -- Nissan showed a two-seater electric vehicle resembling a go-cart Monday that isn't ready for sale but spotlights the Japanese automaker's ambitions to be the leader in zero-emission cars.
If we had known that a Wal-Mart Super Center was going to be built on the site of the go-cart track, maybe we would have stayed there.
We then lived for another year in a more central place, the climate was nice there, but we were near a go-cart track and the house was always dusty.
If a rematch of a different sort is in order, go for a race around the go-cart track.
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