Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A small three-wheeled vehicle having a seat, pedals, and handlebars in front for the operator and a usually hooded cab in back for passengers.

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  • n. A tricycle having a hooded cab to seat paying passengers

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling); used in the Orient for transporting passengers for hire.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling); used in the Orient for transporting passengers for hire

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Examples

  • After his city-designated six-month trial is complete at the end of 2009, he expects they'll hammer out regulations for long-term pedicab use around downtown Decatur, Oakhurst and Agnes Scott College.

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  • The ticket Lycka received in July indicated that an ad for another business on his pedicab was a trailered sign, which is prohibited under the city's sign ordinance.

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  • So far more than 350,000 informal workers such as pedicab drivers, cleaners and small-scale business people have joined social security programs.

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  • He said his wife and daughter were in the custom-built tricycle (i.e., the "pedicab") and that they were struck by a bicyclist on the path near Chambers St. in such a way and at such an angle that it flipped them over.

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  • Floods in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka lead to hike in onion prices The cycle rickshaw in London - it's a 'pedicab' mate!

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  • "pedicab" or "pedal cab" ride around Charlottesville (up to 3 people can ride).

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  • The pedicab "driver" muttered what sounded like an expletive, evidently believing U-turns a protected class of maneuvers.

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  • Or the drunk 20-something who racked up a $300 bill at BB Kings, but "it wasn't until they saw a pedicab passing by that they decided the night's bill would be on the house."

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  • It ended with a spirited closer: The newlyweds and their guests departed the venue in a pedicab parade through Dupont Circle.

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  • Sometimes I'm so tired that I hire a pedicab to take me from the park to a bus stop.

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