- n. Plural form of go-cart.
“She took a loss on the bulkiest and heaviest toys such as pedal go-carts and electric vehicles – particularly those being shipped to remote destinations.”
“Although Charles still took care not to have Camilla present when the boys were visiting, Highgrove remained a sanctuary for the boys, who could ride their go-carts and their ponies away from the prying lenses of the paparazzi.”
“Which made me think of go-carts, which made me think of Zach, which was not good.”
“All Zach wants to talk about are go-carts and Star Trek.”
“Other men, exulting secretly, piled their goods on two-wheeled go-carts and pulled out blithely enough, only to stall at the first spot where the great round boulders invaded the trail.”
“He surprised the boys with go-carts when they were younger, and dirt bikes and cars as they got older.”
“He climbed out of his sleeping bag to tinker with stuff, take stuff apart—everything from software to go-carts to coffeemakers.”
“Nine-year-old boys didn't go puttering about the sky in their go-carts, visiting other realms, cleaning brothels ...”
“He has years of experience in hockey, ski jumping, mountain biking and racing sport bikes and go-carts.”
“Township life went on uninterrupted as a woman carrying a sack of maize on her head took a shortcut across the forecourt of the museum, kids played on homemade go-carts, and a stray dog ran through the dust.”
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