Dune-buggy



[doon-buhg-ee, dyoon-] /ˈdunˌbʌg i, ˈdyun-/

verb (used without object), dune-buggied, dune-buggying.
1.
to drive or ride in a dune buggy.
noun
1.
a small, lightweight, open automotive vehicle equipped with oversize, low-pressure tires for traveling along sand beaches, over dunes, etc.

noun phrase

A small and squat open car, usually with a Volkswagen engine, equipped with very fat tires for traveling on sand (1960s+)

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