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Definition of baby buggy in English:

noun

British trademark
A light pushchair with a soft seat that allows the chair to be collapsed inwards.
Example sentences
  • The new scheme was launched yesterday at Stanton Park, where two classic buses were lined up against their modern equivalent, which have special provision for baby buggies and wheelchair users.
  • Some marchers had placards while others eagerly snapped up pink and blue balloons, with the Gazette's Save Our Maternity Unit logo, to secure to their prams and baby buggies.
  • Orienteering does not usually involve dodging baby buggies and strolling shoppers as competitors race to the finish.

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