from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A supporting framework or structure, as for the body of a motor vehicle.
- n. The landing gear of an aircraft.
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- n. The the supporting structural framework of a vehicle.
- n. the landing gear of an aircraft
- n. the male genitalia
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. framework that serves as a support for the body of a vehicle
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Toby just showed up at the door ... he must have been kept in a garage or a basement for the last week his entire undercarriage is gray and dirty, but he wasn't starving.
If traveling by bus to next destination, hotels can arrange bus tickets for convenience, but they are on a ‘backpacker’ bus, are more expensive, less comfortable, and potential theft of luggage in undercarriage could happen.
Perhaps the flight deck was a little too cold but the undercarriage was a little too warm...
Behind the undercarriage was a large wooden propeller blade with a flap behind it.
Incidentally, I've also heard of a few damage claims resulting from dents to the undercarriage, which is, of course, completely absurd.
Surprisingly washing your arm pits and your undercarriage is a lot harder than you might imagine using this method.
She added: "Everybody wants a labrador but when people saw the 'undercarriage' as we called it, they would ask if they could see one of the other dogs.
Postgame: Detroit were destroyed in a devastating third inning when the wheels came off, and so did the roof, the doors, the undercarriage...
He went to France and blew it up by twisting a wire to its undercarriage.
Almost immediately after New York police discovered the smoking Nissan Pathfinder, investigators started with its vehicle identification, still stamped on the undercarriage of the SUV even though it had been removed from its prominent place on the dashboard.