- a small carriage for young children to ride in; stroller.
- a small framework with casters, wheels, etc., in which children learn to walk; walker.
- a handcart.
- Northeastern U.S. (formerly) a small horse-drawn cart.
Origin of go-cart
First recorded in 1680–90
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Examples from the Web for go-cart
The wagon he drew was a soapbox fitted with a pair of wheels from a go-cart.The Torch Bearer
I. T. Thurston
The girl, who had paused when he did, leaned on the pusher of her go-cart, studying him calmly.The Dust Flower
He got down stealthily from the go-cart and toddled off towards the river.The Hungry Stones And Other Stories
It was the kind of thing you would give a baby in a go-cart.Atlantic Narratives
"Why, when I was in my cradle and in my go-cart I could twist my mouth about and prate and jabber like you," he said.The Fairy Ring
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Word Origin and History for go-cart
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