Associations to the word «Car»
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CAR, noun. (dated) A wheeled vehicle, drawn by a horse or other animal.
CAR, noun. A wheeled vehicle that moves independently, with at least three wheels, powered mechanically, steered by a driver and mostly for personal transportation; a motorcar or automobile.
CAR, noun. (rail transport) (chiefly North America) An unpowered unit in a railroad train.
CAR, noun. (rail transport) an individual vehicle, powered or unpowered, in a multiple unit.
CAR, noun. (rail transport) A passenger-carrying unit in a subway or elevated train, whether powered or not.
CAR, noun. A rough unit of quantity approximating the amount which would fill a railroad car.
CAR, noun. The moving, load-carrying component of an elevator or other cable-drawn transport mechanism.
CAR, noun. The passenger-carrying portion of certain amusement park rides, such as Ferris wheels.
CAR, noun. The part of an airship, such as a balloon or dirigible, which houses the passengers and control apparatus.
CAR, noun. (sailing) A sliding fitting that runs along a track.
CAR, noun. (uncountable) (US) The aggregate of desirable characteristics of a car.
CAR, noun. (US) A floating perforated box for living fish.
CAR, noun. (computing) The first part of a cons in LISP. The first element of a list
CAR, proper noun. The most widespread of the Nicobarese languages spoken in the Nicobar Islands of India (ISO 839-3 code "caq").
CAR ALARM, noun. An audible and often visible alarm that is activated when a motor car/automobile is tampered with.
CAR ALARMS, noun. Plural of car alarm
CAR BARN, noun. A garage for buses or railway cars.
CAR BARNS, noun. Plural of car barn
CAR BATTERY, noun. A 12 volt battery used to start an automobile
CAR BODY, noun. Synonym of auto body.
CAR BOMB, noun. An automobile laden with a large amount of explosives, and used as a bomb primarily in order to cause external damage.
CAR BOMB, noun. An explosive device installed in an automobile with the primary purpose of killing the occupants of the car.
CAR BOMB, noun. (slang) Flatulence in an enclosed automobile.
CAR BOMB, noun. An alcoholic beverage made by dropping a shot of liquor into a glass of beer.
CAR BOMBS, noun. Plural of car bomb
CAR BOOT, noun. (US) a wheel clamp or Denver boot
CAR BOOT, noun. (AU) (NZ) (British) the boot (trunk) of a car
CAR BOOT, noun. (British) a car boot sale
CAR BOOT SALE, noun. (British) An outdoor market at which people sell things from the boot (trunk) of their car
CAR BOOT SALES, noun. Plural of car boot sale
CAR BRA, noun. A stretchy vinyl attachment to a vehicle's front bumper to protect it from minor damage.
CAR BRAS, noun. Plural of car bra
CAR CARRIER, noun. A special ship that transports cars in a garage with ambient control and ventilation.
CAR CARRIER, noun. A special railroad car for transporting automobiles.
CAR CARRIER, noun. A special semi-trailer for transporting automobiles.
CAR CARRIERS, noun. Plural of car carrier
CAR CHASE, noun. A normally high-speed chase between two or more cars, normally between the police and an offender.
CAR CHASES, noun. Plural of car chase
CAR CLOUT, noun. (US) (colloquial) The crime of breaking into an automobile.
CAR CLOUTS, noun. Plural of car clout
CAR COAT, noun. An overcoat that extends to midthigh
CAR COATS, noun. Plural of car coat
CAR DOOR, noun. A door designed for use on a car.
CAR DOOR HANDLE, noun. A handle specifically designed to operate a car door
CAR DOORS, noun. Plural of car door
CAR GLASS, noun. Windscreen, side or rear window or glass panel roof on a vehicle.
CAR HIRE, noun. (AU) (NZ) (British) car rental
CAR HOP, noun. A waiter who serves customers sitting in parked cars.
CAR HOPS, noun. Plural of car hop
CAR JACKING, noun. The act of stealing an occupied car, often involving violence and/or threats
CAR JACKINGS, noun. Plural of car jacking
CAR MILE, noun. (railways) A mile travelled by a single railway car, taken as a unit of computation, as in computing the average travel of each car of a system during a given period.
CAR MILEAGE, noun. (railways) car miles collectively
CAR MILEAGE, noun. The amount paid by one road for the use of cars of another road.
CAR MILES, noun. Plural of car mile
CAR PARK, noun. An outdoor area or a multi-storey building where cars may be parked.
CAR PARK, noun. (comical) A road with serious traffic congestion preventing the movement of vehicles.
CAR PARKS, noun. Plural of car park
CAR PHONE, noun. Alternative form of carphone
CAR PHONES, noun. Alternative form of carphones plural of car phone
CAR POOLER, noun. Alternative spelling of car-pooler
CAR RADIO, noun. (radio) A radio specifically tuned for usage inside cars, i. e. by utilization of traffic programme and alternative frequency functions.
CAR RENTAL, noun. (US) The hiring of automobiles (motor cars) for relatively short periods
CAR SEAT, noun. A seat in a motor car.
CAR SEAT, noun. A detachable motor car seat equipped with a harness to secure a young child.
CAR SEATS, noun. Plural of car seat
CAR SICKNESS, noun. Alternative spelling of carsickness
CAR TRANSPORTER, noun. A car carrier
CAR TRANSPORTERS, noun. Plural of car transporter
CAR WASH, noun. An event at which people (often children) wash cars, often for a small fee or donation
CAR WASH, noun. A place at which a car is washed, usually for a fee and often mechanically by driving the car through a tunnel.
CAR WASH, noun. An instance of washing a car, especially such a place.
CAR WASHES, noun. Plural of car wash
CAR WHEEL, noun. A type of wheel designed for use on cars.
CAR WHEEL, noun. A flanged wheel of a railway car or truck.
CAR, noun. A motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work".
CAR, noun. A wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails".
CAR, noun. The compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant.
CAR, noun. Where passengers ride up and down; "the car was on the top floor".
CAR, noun. A conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway; "they took a cable car to the top of the mountain".
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