a small carriage for young children to ride in; stroller.
a small framework with casters, wheels, etc., in which children learn to walk; walker.
Northeastern U.S. (formerly) a small horse-drawn cart.
(mainly US & Canadian) a small wagon for young children to ride in or pull
(mainly US & Canadian) a light frame on casters or wheels that supports a baby learning to walk Brit word baby-walker
(motor racing) See kart
another word for handcart
also gocart, 1670s, originally “a litter, sedan chair;” also “an infant’s walker” (1680s), from go + cart (n.). The modern form go-kart (1959) was coined in reference to a kind of miniature racing car with a frame body and a two-stroke engine.
- Go chase yourself
sentence Don’t be so stupid; let me alone; get lost •Almost always a command (1893+)
- Go coast-to-coast
verb phrase To take the ball alone from one end of the court to the other, and usually score: He went coast-to-coast for the lay-in (1990s+ Basketball)
- Go commando
verb phrase As a male, to go without underwear: sure feels funny to go commando