American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A miniature car used in racing. Also called go-cart.
- n. A go-cart.
- Probably from GoKart, a trademark. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The bed of the truck/go kart is where Robin is put when he has a temper tantrum.”
“One thing they don’t tell you when you get on your go-kart is that there are never enough coins on the track to bribe the police.”
“My kart was a bit too wide in the rear so I was removed from the results," explained Parker.”
“And there's the Steeplechase mode, which is a kind of kart racer on horseback with just one terrible track and slippery controls.”
“It supported 1 to 2 players, packed eight playable Mario-verse characters, and offered three championship cups divvied into three distinct 'kart' classes.”
“House of the Day Tired of living in traditional homes, this North Carolina couple decided to build this more than 6,300-square-foot contemporary with four bedrooms on about 25 acres that include a go-kart track.”
“Prudential York Simpson Underwood Realty The property includes a detached garage and a go-kart track, shown here.”
“May 26, 2009 at 3: 47 PM just to answer some of your? 's it does work online (been playing mario kart alot) and you can put other regions on it i have some JAP games on my WD drive and they work great ... games run faster and every thing is awsome now!”
“Teenage kart drivers can bang wheels, dodgem-style, without seriously endangering each other.”
“Things like Mario jumping in a go-kart while Bowser chases him throwing fireballs, all while trying to avoid bannana peels in the road.”
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