[moh-ter-boh-ting] /ˈmoʊ tərˌboʊ tɪŋ/
the recreational activity of operating or traveling in a .
a malfunction in audio equipment resulting in sounds like those produced by an outboard motor.
[moh-ter-boht] /ˈmoʊ tərˌboʊt/
a propelled by an inboard or .
verb (used without object)
to travel in or operate a motorboat:
to motorboat from Hyannis to Martha’s Vineyard.
any boat powered by a motor
[moh-ter-buhs] /ˈmoʊ tərˌbʌs/ noun, plural motorbuses, motorbusses. 1. a passenger powered by a . /ˈməʊtəˌbʌs/ noun 1. a bus driven by an internal-combustion engine
[moh-ter-keyd] /ˈmoʊ tərˌkeɪd/ noun 1. a procession or parade of automobiles or other vehicles. verb (used without object), motorcaded, motorcading. 2. to travel by or in a motorcade. /ˈməʊtəˌkeɪd/ noun 1. a parade of cars or other motor vehicles n. 1909, from motor- + suffix from cavalcade.
[moh-ter-kahr] /ˈmoʊ tərˌkɑr/ noun 1. Chiefly British. an automobile. 2. Railroads. a self-propelled for freight or passengers. /ˈməʊtəˌkɑː/ noun 1. a more formal word for car (sense 1) 2. a self-propelled electric railway car n. also motor-car, 1895 from motor (n.) + car.
- Motor camp
noun 1. (NZ) a camp for motorists, tents, and caravans