pedicab

[ped-i-kab]
noun
  1. (especially in Southeast Asia) a three-wheeled public conveyance operated by pedals, typically one having a hooded cab for two passengers mounted behind the driver.

Origin of pedicab

First recorded in 1945–50; pedi- + cab1
Also called trishaw.
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Contemporary Examples of pedicab

  • None looked jumpy to me; in fact the pedicab cyclists beside our carriage looked more winded and annoyed.

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    Josh Robin

    March 8, 2014

Historical Examples of pedicab

  • Lester got smooched when they saw the girls off in a pedicab.

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    Cory Doctorow


British Dictionary definitions for pedicab

pedicab

noun
  1. a pedal-operated tricycle, available for hire, with an attached seat for one or two passengers
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