Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of scooter.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scooter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The problem with grid-powered electric cars, bikes, and scooters is that you never know what’s supplying their energy.

    Sanyo Installs Solar Parking Lots in Japan for Electric Hybrid Bicycles | Inhabitat

  • Yes, the scooters are the big reason for the differing environment and the higher fatality rates.

    How dangerous is it to drive on the Beautiful Isle?

  • But we, as the storage community, should agree to some common definition and stomp on vendors that overreach calling their scooters motorcycles.

    Byte and Switch:

  • As a bike rider, I still encourage the idea of scooters sharing bike lanes, which happens in europe to good effect, but 1st I really think you'd have to be sensible & say have a maximum HP for such scooters say limited to 100cc.

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  • Also seen on the bridge: rollerbladers and several adults peddling in on the kind of scooters popular among pre-teens.

    A Commuter's Diary

  • There was Russ, aged eight, a great whistler and a boy very fond of making toys, such as scooters and other things.

    Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's

  • And there were several very fast "scooters" and the like upon Lake Luna.

    The Girls of Central High on the Stage: or, The Play That Took the Prize

  • Then he had none of the possessions which the other boys of his own age treasured -- bats, and balls, "scooters," roller skates, yes, even water pistols.

    The Rich Little Poor Boy

  • Wuxi Zhongqiang owns three types of products listed in the E-Bike directory, with more than 20 varieties: electric bikes; agricultural transport vehicles for practical transportation; sport utility e-vehicles such as scooters, off-road vehicles, go-karts, snow scooters, sea scooters, as well as underwater propeller vehicles.

    Autoblog Green

  • This is why it works in Asia (where they still prefer individual means of transport, such as scooters, over MT).

    Brad Ideas - Comments

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