[doon-buhg-ee, dyoon-] /ˈdunˌbʌg i, ˈdyun-/
verb (used without object), dune-buggied, dune-buggying.
to drive or ride in a dune buggy.
a small, lightweight, open automotive vehicle equipped with oversize, low-pressure tires for traveling along sand beaches, over dunes, etc.
A small and squat open car, usually with a Volkswagen engine, equipped with very fat tires for traveling on sand (1960s+)
[duhn-ee-din] /dʌnˈi dɪn/ noun 1. a seaport on SE South Island, in New Zealand. 2. a town in W Florida. /dʌnˈiːdɪn/ noun 1. a port in New Zealand, on SE South Island: founded (1848) by Scottish settlers. Pop: 121 900 (2004 est)
noun 1. . noun 1. a stout grass, Elymus arenarius, of Eurasia, used as a binder for shifting sand.
[doon-land, dyoon-] /ˈdunˌlænd, ˈdyun-/ noun 1. a tract of land dominated by sand , often bordering on a beach.
noun A dune-buggy driver or rider: Duners go out on runs, trips by a half-dozen dune buggies (1970s+)