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streetcar

noun [C] uk   /ˈstriːt.kɑːr/  us   /-kɑːr/ US (also trolley, UK tram)
an electric vehicle that transports people, usually in cities, and goes along metal tracks in the road: The cheapest way of seeing the city is to take a streetcar.
Translations of “streetcar”
in Korean 전차…
in Arabic تِرام…
in Portuguese bonde…
in Catalan tramvia…
in Japanese 路面電車, 市街電車…
in Italian tram…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有軌電車…
in Russian трамвай…
in Turkish tramvay…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有轨电车…
in Polish tramwaj…
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