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  • n. Plural form of undercarriage.

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Examples

  • The Asian and European makers have their cars' undercarriages fully concealed.

    Exposed Car Underbellies

  • For example, GM's crossovers, which are similar to SUVs but built on car undercarriages, are fetching $3,000 more this year than last.

    GM Posts $1.33B Profit; CEO To Step Down

  • Crossovers look like sport utility vehicles but are more efficient because they are based on car undercarriages.

    GM CEO Ed Whitacre Jr. Will STEP DOWN, Automaker Posts $1.3 Billion Profit

  • Murtha found -- despite assurances to the contrary from the ambassador and the generals ensconced in the Green Zone -- that a large portion of the troops did not have body armor, that available technology to detect improvised explosive devices was not being deployed, and that little serious effort was being made to shield the undercarriages of military vehicles from the blast of IEDs.

    Looking for the Full Measure of Jack Murtha

  • I tried hard to ignore their dirty paws and mud spattered undercarriages and allow them their moments of glory.

    Sunny Sunday

  • A few smaller cars drove by with neon lights on their undercarriages, illuminating the ground as if they were floating on carpets of light.

    In the Shadow of Freedom

  • Their spread wings and white undercarriages, catching the light, turned to silver.

    Country diary: The Burren, Ireland

  • Other possibilities would include musical instrument cases – musos would be delighted with cases that could stand the deformations visited upon their beloved instruments by baggage handlers at airports – telescope mountings, aircraft undercarriages, high-speed train suspensions, etc.

    Researcher Creates Strongest Metal Foam Ever | Inhabitat

  • Murtha found--despite assurances to the contrary from the ambassador and the generals ensconced in the Green Zone--that a large portion of the troops did not have body armor, that available technology to detect improvised explosive devices was not being deployed, and that little serious effort was being made to shield the undercarriages of military vehicles from the blast of IEDs.

    Scott Lilly: Looking for the Full Measure of Jack Murtha

  • Workers unhitched the cars, lifted them, one by one, ten feet high with giant jacks, and replaced the wide-gauge Russian undercarriages with narrower ones for the Chinese tracks.

    Facebook, the USSR, communism, and train tracks | FactoryCity

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