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noun [C] (also ricksha) uk   /ˈrɪk.ʃɔː/  us   /-ʃɑː/
a small, covered passenger vehicle with two wheels that is usually pulled by one person
Translations of “rickshaw”
in Vietnamese xe kéo…
in Spanish rickshaw…
in Thai รถลาก…
in Malaysian beca yang ditarik manusia…
in French pousse-pousse…
in German die Rickscha…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人力車…
in Indonesian angkong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人力车…
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