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Turkish translation of “buggy”

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buggy

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbʌɡi/
CHAIR UK ( US stroller) a chair on wheels which is used to move small children
bebek arabası, puset
Handcarts, trolleys and pramsBaby clothes and equipment
VEHICLE a vehicle with two wheels that is pulled by a horse, especially in the past
iki tekerlekli at arabası
Carriages and carts
Translations of “buggy”
in Korean 유모차…
in Arabic كُرسي أطفال…
in French boghei…
in Italian passeggino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 嬰兒車, 折疊式童車,幼兒推車…
in Russian коляска, кабриолет…
in Polish wózek, spacerówka, powóz (dwukołowy)…
in Spanish calesa…
in Portuguese carrinho de passeio de bebê…
in German leichter Wagen…
in Catalan cotxet…
in Japanese ベビーカー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 婴儿车, 折迭式童车,幼儿推车…
(Definition of buggy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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