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britzka

britska

/ (ˈbrɪtskə) /
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noun

a long horse-drawn carriage with a folding top over the rear seat and a rear-facing front seat

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Word Origin for britzka

C19: from German, variant of Britschka, from Polish bryczka a little cart, from bryka cart
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