[uhn-der-kar-ij] /ˈʌn dərˌkær ɪdʒ/

Word Origin

the supporting framework underneath a vehicle, as an automobile or trailer; the structure to which the wheels, tracks, or the like are attached or fitted.
the portions of an aircraft that are below the body.
Also called landing gear. the assembly of wheels, shock absorbers, struts, etc, that supports an aircraft on the ground and enables it to take off and land
the framework that supports the body of a vehicle, carriage, etc


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