Definitions

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  • adj. of or relating to vehicles having three wheels

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The three-wheel Ultra Classic Trike, introduced in 2009, is billed as easier to handle for people who have lost some of their muscle tone and sense of balance.

    Harley, With Macho Intact, Tries to Court More Women

  • This is a three-wheel vehicle that provides a lower-impact exercise than running and works the stabilizer muscles of the lower core—hips, legs, glutes, abdominals.

    Cool (and Low-Impact) Gear

  • Losers were led by Bajaj Auto, maker of two- and three-wheel vehicles, down 7.4% despite a jump in sales for December.

    Asia Mixed in Thin Holiday Trading

  • The popularity of the three-wheel versions is chiefly down to distributors realising that the manufacturers were missing a trick by limiting the range to adult scooters sold through sports shops.

    Scooter trikes make it a fun run to school for kids … and their mums

  • It also involves re-engineering a new line of tiny trucks and three-wheel "tuk-tuks" that keep India's economy humming along.

    Buon Giorno, Mumbai: Vespa Woos Asia

  • In August, Piaggio will begin selling the MP3, its three-wheel, high performance scooter, in showrooms across China, Mr. Colaninno said.

    Buon Giorno, Mumbai: Vespa Woos Asia

  • Some workers are using three-wheel electric vehicles on a trial basis in Arizona, California, Florida and parts of the District, Brennan said.

    Cost-effectiveness an issue for Postal Service vehicle repairs

  • Authorities say the basketball player was carrying two loaded handguns, a loaded shotgun and an 8 1/2-inch Bowie knife while speeding on a three-wheel motorcycle on the Capital Beltway in Prince George's County, Md. last September.

    West plea deal in Md. weapons case

  • Riding in pick-up trucks and three-wheel 'tuk-tuk' vehicles, or perched on the back of motorcycles, the protesters brought traffic to standstill in a part of town popular with wealthy Thais and expatriate families before moving on to protest outside the U.S. and British Embassies.

    Blood Thrown at Thai PM House

  • Riding in pickup trucks and three-wheel tuk-tuk vehicles, or perched on the back of motorcycles, the protesters brought traffic to standstill in a part of town popular with wealthy Thais and expatriate families, before moving on to the U.S. and British embassies.

    Blood Thrown at Premier's House

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