verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- piggy bank,
- piggyback car,
- piggyback plant,
Origin of piggyback
Examples from the Web for piggyback
Pray would ultimately come to believe Tareq was trying to “piggyback” off her Bravo show to get himself noticed.
But the Piggyback Bandit keeps making bail and keeps finding new ways to commit his “crimes.”Sherwin Shayegan, the Piggyback Bandit, Is the Bane of High School Games|Winston Ross|February 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That led deputies to Tessier, who lived about a block away from where “Johnny” first offered the girls a piggyback ride.
Piggyback Service economies - These are economies, which provide predator economies with services.After the Rain|Sam Vaknin
Anketam, you could carry me piggyback, while Blejjo goes over to fetch my pole.The Destroyers|Gordon Randall Garrett
1823, probably a folk etymology alteration of pick pack (1560s), which perhaps is from pick, a dialectal variant of pitch (v.1). As a verb from 1952.